From left, House Speaker Tim Moore, NC Gov. Pat McCrory and Senate leader Phil Berger at a news conference last year. While Moore is interested in a special legislative session to overturn a Charlotte ordinance on bathroom use, Berger and McCrory say they’ll push for the action when the legislature is scheduled to return to Raleigh on April 25.
From left, House Speaker Tim Moore, NC Gov. Pat McCrory and Senate leader Phil Berger at a news conference last year. While Moore is interested in a special legislative session to overturn a Charlotte ordinance on bathroom use, Berger and McCrory say they’ll push for the action when the legislature is scheduled to return to Raleigh on April 25. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
From left, House Speaker Tim Moore, NC Gov. Pat McCrory and Senate leader Phil Berger at a news conference last year. While Moore is interested in a special legislative session to overturn a Charlotte ordinance on bathroom use, Berger and McCrory say they’ll push for the action when the legislature is scheduled to return to Raleigh on April 25. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

McCrory, Berger won’t call special NC legislative session on transgender bathrooms

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