Today is an important milestone for one of North Carolina’s most infamous laws.
Cooper made the statement as lawmakers consider a proposed repeal of HB2.
The Greensboro Area Convention and Visitors Bureau says the city missed out on an estimated $14.5 million when the event moved south.
This isn’t the first time Coach K spoke on on HB2. Last summer, he called it an embarrassing bill.
In response, the Republican leader of the North Carolina Senate called Cooper’s vision for the state a “mirage.”
The bill would also require state employees that serve on athletic association boards to identify themselves and to disclose what they’ve vo…
Representative Mark Brody wants to investigate if the two organizations violated their tax-exempt status by engaging in political or lobbyin…
“There is no price tag that you can put on the head of a woman or a child in a place of public accommodation,” Forest said.
The sponsor of House Bill 186 wants to get the process moving.
This all comes as the NCAA considers whether to keep North Carolina from hosting tournaments for the next five years.