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  • During March press conference, Cooper refuses to defend state from HB2 legal challenge

    VIDEO: In a March press conference, North Carolina attorney general Roy Cooper, who is also a candidate for governor, calls the law a "national embarrassment" in a press conference.

VIDEO: In a March press conference, North Carolina attorney general Roy Cooper, who is also a candidate for governor, calls the law a "national embarrassment" in a press conference. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com
VIDEO: In a March press conference, North Carolina attorney general Roy Cooper, who is also a candidate for governor, calls the law a "national embarrassment" in a press conference. Elena Boffetta eboffetta@newsobserver.com

Cooper’s filing in HB2 lawsuit turns political

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