The Charlotte Convention Center on South College Street. At least 20 conventions and events have backed out of Charlotte because of concerns over North Carolina’s controversial new LGBT bill, and another 36 are hesitant, the city’s tourism agency says.
The Charlotte Convention Center on South College Street. At least 20 conventions and events have backed out of Charlotte because of concerns over North Carolina’s controversial new LGBT bill, and another 36 are hesitant, the city’s tourism agency says.
The Charlotte Convention Center on South College Street. At least 20 conventions and events have backed out of Charlotte because of concerns over North Carolina’s controversial new LGBT bill, and another 36 are hesitant, the city’s tourism agency says.

Tally of groups crossing Charlotte off list rises to 20

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