A State Capitol Police officer adjust her earplug as House Bill 2 demonstrators sound air horns outside the the North Carolina Museum of History as Gov. Pat McCroy spoke to the North Carolina Chamber, a nonpartisan business advocacy organization, inside the museum.
A State Capitol Police officer adjust her earplug as House Bill 2 demonstrators sound air horns outside the the North Carolina Museum of History as Gov. Pat McCroy spoke to the North Carolina Chamber, a nonpartisan business advocacy organization, inside the museum. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
A State Capitol Police officer adjust her earplug as House Bill 2 demonstrators sound air horns outside the the North Carolina Museum of History as Gov. Pat McCroy spoke to the North Carolina Chamber, a nonpartisan business advocacy organization, inside the museum. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
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