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  • Cooper calls for repeal of bill that 'grants immunity from liability to motorists who strike protesters'

    NC Governor Roy Cooper calls on the Legislature to repeal a bill that he says "grants immunity from liability to motorists who strike protesters".

NC Governor Roy Cooper calls on the Legislature to repeal a bill that he says "grants immunity from liability to motorists who strike protesters". Office of Gov. Roy Cooper
NC Governor Roy Cooper calls on the Legislature to repeal a bill that he says "grants immunity from liability to motorists who strike protesters". Office of Gov. Roy Cooper
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Cooper misleads about bill covering drivers who hit protesters

August 16, 2017 6:04 PM

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