This all comes as the NCAA considers whether to keep North Carolina from hosting tournaments for the next five years.
Wake County Commissioner John Burns says he’s encouraged lawmakers in both parties are talking
North Carolina lawmakers introduced a bill that some say is a bipartisan compromise that would amend the controversial law.
Republican Reps. Chuck McGrady and Ted Davis along with Democratic Reps. Marvin Lucas and Ken Goodman are primary sponsors of the bill.
Dozens of LGBTQ advocates are at the General Assembly today trying to convince lawmakers to repeal HB2.
Durham Mayor Bill Bell is sending a letter with his proposal to the governor and leaders in the General Assembly
The comment came one day before state lawmakers passed House Bill 2 in a one-day special session.
Cooper hopes to have HB2 repealed by the end of February.
It’s an effort by Democratic lawmakers to try to get this law off the books before the NCAA pulls more events from the state.
North Carolina cities, colleges and universities have submitted 133 bids for championship events through 2022.