Matt Hirschy of Equality NC, and other representatives wait to deliver boxes of petitions to Governor Pat McCrory's office on Mondayat the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center in Charlotte, asking him to veto proposals in the General Assembly involving the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Representatives from local business and faith communities delivered thousands of petitions.
Matt Hirschy of Equality NC, and other representatives wait to deliver boxes of petitions to Governor Pat McCrory's office on Mondayat the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center in Charlotte, asking him to veto proposals in the General Assembly involving the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Representatives from local business and faith communities delivered thousands of petitions. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Matt Hirschy of Equality NC, and other representatives wait to deliver boxes of petitions to Governor Pat McCrory's office on Mondayat the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center in Charlotte, asking him to veto proposals in the General Assembly involving the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Representatives from local business and faith communities delivered thousands of petitions. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

Gov. Pat McCrory questions need for religious freedom bills

April 20, 2015 12:58 PM

UPDATED April 20, 2015 07:27 PM

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