Peter St. Onge

Peter St. Onge

The HRC went too far with its ‘anti-LGBT bully’ label

In the days before Monday’s Charlotte City Council meeting, the Charlotte Chamber urged council members to pursue a compromise with state lawmakers over HB2. That nudging included an op-ed in the Observer calling for the council to symbolically rescind the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance that HB2 had rendered null and void.

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Standing up for workers

Monday evening construction workers and labor advocates gathered outside the Government Center. They asked Charlotte City Council to require developers to disclose their contractor's employment practices as part of future rezoning petitions.
Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer
Standing up for workers 1:18

Standing up for workers

Dwight Howard looks forward to upcoming season with the Hornets 2:58

Dwight Howard looks forward to upcoming season with the Hornets

Local tool company calls Charlotte home 1:17

Local tool company calls Charlotte home

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"He was a moving spirit"