RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Leading figures and groups throughout the state are reacting after Gov. Roy Cooper signed a compromise bill Thursday …
“It ain’t over until the LGBT community and the ACLU say it’s over.”
House Bill 142 has received sharp criticism since it was revealed.
News of the new repeal deal comes just hours before a deadline imposed by the NCAA.
The NCAA has given North Carolina 48 hours to make changes to House Bill 2 or else the state will lose NCAA events through 2022.
House Bill 2 is expected to cost North Carolina more than $3.7 billion in lost business over a dozen years.
The AP analysis — compiled through interviews and public records requests — represents the largest reckoning yet of how much the law could c…
It’s unclear if the current Republican proposal has enough support among the party’s members to pass the House or Senate.
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.