Chris Sgro, center, with Equality NC leads a group of about 15 protestors as they deliver petitions to the Administration Building on Jones St. in downtown Raleigh on April 20, 2015 asking Gov. Pat McCrory to veto the two religious freedom (RFRA) bills being considered by the General Assembly. Some of the boxes are empty; they said that they "symbolized" the number of petitions.
Chris Sgro, center, with Equality NC leads a group of about 15 protestors as they deliver petitions to the Administration Building on Jones St. in downtown Raleigh on April 20, 2015 asking Gov. Pat McCrory to veto the two religious freedom (RFRA) bills being considered by the General Assembly. Some of the boxes are empty; they said that they "symbolized" the number of petitions. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Chris Sgro, center, with Equality NC leads a group of about 15 protestors as they deliver petitions to the Administration Building on Jones St. in downtown Raleigh on April 20, 2015 asking Gov. Pat McCrory to veto the two religious freedom (RFRA) bills being considered by the General Assembly. Some of the boxes are empty; they said that they "symbolized" the number of petitions. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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Gov. Pat McCrory questions need for religious freedom bills

April 20, 2015 01:22 PM

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