North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper holds a press conference at the Executive Mansion in Raleigh Thursday to announce that he signed a HB142, a compromise replacement bill for HB2, that the N.C. General Assembly passed earlier in the day.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper holds a press conference at the Executive Mansion in Raleigh Thursday to announce that he signed a HB142, a compromise replacement bill for HB2, that the N.C. General Assembly passed earlier in the day. Chris Seward AP
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper holds a press conference at the Executive Mansion in Raleigh Thursday to announce that he signed a HB142, a compromise replacement bill for HB2, that the N.C. General Assembly passed earlier in the day. Chris Seward AP

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