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  • Gov. McCrory defends House Bill 2

    In May, N.C. Governor Pat McCrory read a six-minute statement to state and national news media at the Executive Mansion defending House Bill 2. He also called on Congress to also clarify what he said were uncertainties about who is protected under the federal Civil Rights Act. McCrory filed a lawsuit in federal court in North Carolina on Monday morning asking a judge to declare that the controversial House Bill 2 is not illegally discriminatory.

In May, N.C. Governor Pat McCrory read a six-minute statement to state and national news media at the Executive Mansion defending House Bill 2. He also called on Congress to also clarify what he said were uncertainties about who is protected under the federal Civil Rights Act. McCrory filed a lawsuit in federal court in North Carolina on Monday morning asking a judge to declare that the controversial House Bill 2 is not illegally discriminatory. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
In May, N.C. Governor Pat McCrory read a six-minute statement to state and national news media at the Executive Mansion defending House Bill 2. He also called on Congress to also clarify what he said were uncertainties about who is protected under the federal Civil Rights Act. McCrory filed a lawsuit in federal court in North Carolina on Monday morning asking a judge to declare that the controversial House Bill 2 is not illegally discriminatory. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
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