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  • HB2 critics demand Governor's office release proof

    Critics of North Carolinas’ HB2, which struck down protections against LGBT residents, are demanding the Governor’s Office release proof that he has heard from businesses that are applauding the controversial measure. Charlotte-based Bank of America became the latest big name to join that list, sending out a message Tuesday asking Gov. Pat McCrory and the state General Assembly to repeal the law.

Critics of North Carolinas’ HB2, which struck down protections against LGBT residents, are demanding the Governor’s Office release proof that he has heard from businesses that are applauding the controversial measure. Charlotte-based Bank of America became the latest big name to join that list, sending out a message Tuesday asking Gov. Pat McCrory and the state General Assembly to repeal the law. Video by T.Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
Critics of North Carolinas’ HB2, which struck down protections against LGBT residents, are demanding the Governor’s Office release proof that he has heard from businesses that are applauding the controversial measure. Charlotte-based Bank of America became the latest big name to join that list, sending out a message Tuesday asking Gov. Pat McCrory and the state General Assembly to repeal the law. Video by T.Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com

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