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  • Berger calls HB2 replacement a compromise that's good for the state

    Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, calls the HB2 repeal passed by the Senate on Thursday a compromise that accomplishes a pre-HB2 reset while still protecting North Carolinians. "Compromises are ofttimes difficult to get to, and sometimes difficult for folks to fully appreciate at the time," he said.

Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, calls the HB2 repeal passed by the Senate on Thursday a compromise that accomplishes a pre-HB2 reset while still protecting North Carolinians. "Compromises are ofttimes difficult to get to, and sometimes difficult for folks to fully appreciate at the time," he said. Video by Clifton Dowell, Photo by Chris Seward NCInsider.com
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, calls the HB2 repeal passed by the Senate on Thursday a compromise that accomplishes a pre-HB2 reset while still protecting North Carolinians. "Compromises are ofttimes difficult to get to, and sometimes difficult for folks to fully appreciate at the time," he said. Video by Clifton Dowell, Photo by Chris Seward NCInsider.com

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