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    VIDEO: Senate leader Phil Berger said Thursday that senators are discussing whether to reconvene early this year in order to block a Charlotte ordinance that allows transgender people to use the restroom of their gender identity. The next regular session of the General Assembly is scheduled for April 25, but Charlotte's ordinance takes effect April 1.

VIDEO: Senate leader Phil Berger said Thursday that senators are discussing whether to reconvene early this year in order to block a Charlotte ordinance that allows transgender people to use the restroom of their gender identity. The next regular session of the General Assembly is scheduled for April 25, but Charlotte's ordinance takes effect April 1. Clifton Dowell | NCInsider.com
VIDEO: Senate leader Phil Berger said Thursday that senators are discussing whether to reconvene early this year in order to block a Charlotte ordinance that allows transgender people to use the restroom of their gender identity. The next regular session of the General Assembly is scheduled for April 25, but Charlotte's ordinance takes effect April 1. Clifton Dowell | NCInsider.com
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Republican lawmakers blast Charlotte’s LGBT protections

March 03, 2016 6:09 PM

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