North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is facing a tough decision – whether to veto a bill that prohibiting judges from considering foreign law, including Islamic Shariah law.
While family groups support the measure, North Carolina Muslims hope they can persuade the Republican governor to veto the bill, according to The State.com.
Muslims oppose the effort because they think it is motivated by intolerance and say it could infringe on other religious groups. .
But others say measures banning the use of "foreign laws" are targeting Shariah law, not other religions.