The Charlotte Chamber on Monday issued a statement on North Carolina’s new law limiting LGBT protections that called on city and state leaders “to contribute toward a solution that is in the best interest of our city and state.” Here Gov. Pat McCrory clenches his fist as he makes an economic development announcement last month at the chamber.
The Charlotte Chamber on Monday issued a statement on North Carolina’s new law limiting LGBT protections that called on city and state leaders “to contribute toward a solution that is in the best interest of our city and state.” Here Gov. Pat McCrory clenches his fist as he makes an economic development announcement last month at the chamber. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
The Charlotte Chamber on Monday issued a statement on North Carolina’s new law limiting LGBT protections that called on city and state leaders “to contribute toward a solution that is in the best interest of our city and state.” Here Gov. Pat McCrory clenches his fist as he makes an economic development announcement last month at the chamber. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

Charlotte Chamber urges state, city leaders to find solution on LGBT law

April 04, 2016 01:30 PM

UPDATED April 04, 2016 03:07 PM

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