Regarding the March 19 Under the Dome article “Gov finds friends at ‘African-American buffet’ ”: Gov. Pat McCrory’s stop in Hamlet showed him a disconnect between Main Street and corporate North Carolina “on a very complex and a very personal subject.”
Does he think that a day-long emergency session with no chance of debate and an immediate signing of the bill into law appropriate for such a complex and personal subject? His excuse that immediate action was necessary because Charlotte’s ordinance would start in April is weak.
A “complex subject and very personal subject” requires at least a thorough and complete debate.