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  • Leader of NC Senate opposes repealing HB2

    In a press conference Wednesday, April 20, 2016, President Pro Tempore of the NC Senate Phil Berger says he opposes repealing the 'bathroom safety bill', also know as HB2. Berger also said his job is "not to give in to the demands of multi-millionaire celebrities pushing a pet social agenda".

Leader of NC Senate opposes repealing HB2

In a press conference Wednesday, April 20, 2016, President Pro Tempore of the NC Senate Phil Berger says he opposes repealing the 'bathroom safety bill', also know as HB2. Berger also said his job is "not to give in to the demands of multi-millionaire celebrities pushing a pet social agenda".
Robert Willett rwillett@newsobserver.com