Opponents of HB2 held signs inside the North Carolina Senate chambers gallery during a Wednesday special session aimed at repealing the anti-gay and transgender law. A compromise collapsed and the law, which has hurt the state’s reputation and finances, still stands.
Opponents of HB2 held signs inside the North Carolina Senate chambers gallery during a Wednesday special session aimed at repealing the anti-gay and transgender law. A compromise collapsed and the law, which has hurt the state’s reputation and finances, still stands. Chris Seward Raleigh News & Observer
Opponents of HB2 held signs inside the North Carolina Senate chambers gallery during a Wednesday special session aimed at repealing the anti-gay and transgender law. A compromise collapsed and the law, which has hurt the state’s reputation and finances, still stands. Chris Seward Raleigh News & Observer

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