Gov. Cooper says he’s in talks about repeal of House Bill 2

Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday he sees an opening for another possible deal with legislative leaders to repeal House Bill 2. Cooper also said he would advise the Democratic-controlled Charlotte City Council to not re-enact the non-discrimination ordinance that was nullified by House Bill 2. Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts, who also attended the breakfast, echoed Cooper.

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Hundreds march through Raleigh in honor of MLK Jr.

Hundreds of marchers commemorated the life of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday, January 16, 2017 during an annual MLK Day parade in downtown Raleigh.
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Hundreds march through Raleigh in honor of MLK Jr. 1:27

Hundreds march through Raleigh in honor of MLK Jr.

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Tar Heels win, Roy Williams gets 800th victory

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NC State's Mark Gottfried: It's embarrassing

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So what can Trump actually do in his first 100 days?