David McClay of ad agency McKinney shows off a mummy-style application of the company’s toilet paper with the text of HB2 on it, during a protest against the law Monday morning at the Capitol.
David McClay of ad agency McKinney shows off a mummy-style application of the company’s toilet paper with the text of HB2 on it, during a protest against the law Monday morning at the Capitol. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
David McClay of ad agency McKinney shows off a mummy-style application of the company’s toilet paper with the text of HB2 on it, during a protest against the law Monday morning at the Capitol. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
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