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  • LGBT leaders call on NC Gov. McCrory to repeal HB2

    Three LGBT leaders met with North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on March 31, 2016, calling for the repeal of House Bill 2. Chris Sgro of Equality NC, Chad Griffin of Human Rights Campaign and Candis Cox, a transgender woman, also encouraged McCrory to meet with trans people impacted by the law.

Three LGBT leaders met with North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on March 31, 2016, calling for the repeal of House Bill 2. Chris Sgro of Equality NC, Chad Griffin of Human Rights Campaign and Candis Cox, a transgender woman, also encouraged McCrory to meet with trans people impacted by the law.
Three LGBT leaders met with North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory on March 31, 2016, calling for the repeal of House Bill 2. Chris Sgro of Equality NC, Chad Griffin of Human Rights Campaign and Candis Cox, a transgender woman, also encouraged McCrory to meet with trans people impacted by the law.

Transgender issue is the latest flashpoint in the rights fight in North Carolina

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