Federal funding was crucial to the construction of Charlotte’s outerbelt. Now the U.S. Department of Transportation is reviewing North Carolina’s House Bill 2 to determine if it “violates non-discrimination grant provisions for federally-assisted projects,” a DOT spokesperson says.
Federal funding was crucial to the construction of Charlotte’s outerbelt. Now the U.S. Department of Transportation is reviewing North Carolina’s House Bill 2 to determine if it “violates non-discrimination grant provisions for federally-assisted projects,” a DOT spokesperson says.
Federal funding was crucial to the construction of Charlotte’s outerbelt. Now the U.S. Department of Transportation is reviewing North Carolina’s House Bill 2 to determine if it “violates non-discrimination grant provisions for federally-assisted projects,” a DOT spokesperson says.

North Carolina faces more threats to federal money over HB2

May 06, 2016 10:04 AM

UPDATED May 06, 2016 07:01 PM

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