State Politics

April 24, 2016 7:31 PM

HB2 protests, rallies expected on NC General Assembly opening day

Most of the action expected outside legislative sessions

Chris Sgro, a gay rights advocate, goes from outside to inside

HB2 likely to be hot topic outside, but not inside session doors

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