The HRC went too far with its ‘anti-LGBT bully’ label

In the days before Monday’s Charlotte City Council meeting, the Charlotte Chamber urged council members to pursue a compromise with state lawmakers over HB2. That nudging included an op-ed in the Observer calling for the council to symbolically rescind the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance that HB2 had rendered null and void.

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