Retired Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl Jr. on Tuesday criticized North Carolina’s new transgender bathroom law, saying it will harm the reputation of the state and Charlotte. ‘I think any step taken that makes the city or the state less open is very bad for our economy, because it may cause people to decide not to come here, and I think that’s bad,’ he said.
Retired Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl Jr. on Tuesday criticized North Carolina’s new transgender bathroom law, saying it will harm the reputation of the state and Charlotte. ‘I think any step taken that makes the city or the state less open is very bad for our economy, because it may cause people to decide not to come here, and I think that’s bad,’ he said. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Retired Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl Jr. on Tuesday criticized North Carolina’s new transgender bathroom law, saying it will harm the reputation of the state and Charlotte. ‘I think any step taken that makes the city or the state less open is very bad for our economy, because it may cause people to decide not to come here, and I think that’s bad,’ he said. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
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March 29, 2016 3:21 PM

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