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  • Cooper offers compromise HB2 repeal proposal

    Video: N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, flanked by N.C. House Democratic leader Darren Jackson and N.C. Senate Democratic leader Dan Blue, offers his proposal to repeal HB2 during a press conference in Raleigh Tuesday morning. He said he was "confident" it would put North Carolina back in the running for major sporting events, but he did say that was not confirmed by the NCAA or major leagues.

Video: N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, flanked by N.C. House Democratic leader Darren Jackson and N.C. Senate Democratic leader Dan Blue, offers his proposal to repeal HB2 during a press conference in Raleigh Tuesday morning. He said he was "confident" it would put North Carolina back in the running for major sporting events, but he did say that was not confirmed by the NCAA or major leagues. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver
Video: N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper, flanked by N.C. House Democratic leader Darren Jackson and N.C. Senate Democratic leader Dan Blue, offers his proposal to repeal HB2 during a press conference in Raleigh Tuesday morning. He said he was "confident" it would put North Carolina back in the running for major sporting events, but he did say that was not confirmed by the NCAA or major leagues. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver

Cooper offers a sound plan to end HB2

February 14, 2017 4:30 PM