Raleigh BBQ joint’s HB2 sign has patrons talking

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RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – A sign in the store-front of a Raleigh restaurant has people for and against House Bill 2 talking.

Debbie Holt, owner of Clyde Cooper’s BBQ, put the sign up after it was signed by the governor.

It’s about the subject of which bathroom to use.

Bottom line for Holt: go to the bathroom where you feel best.

The sign also said, “if you don’t pay the mortgage, don’t tell us what to do.”

“We’ve had tons of dialogue about it. Ninety-percent positive, ten-percent nasty, but I don’t really care because I like the way I think. Nobody’s going to change the way I think. I think this whole big world has got to learn to agree to disagree,” Holt told CBS North Carolina.

Holt said she has no plans on taking down the sign.

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