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Now a year since the passage of House Bill 2, Sen. Terry Van Duyn, D-Buncombe, said it’s getting to the point where the state doesn’t even know what it’s losing anymore.
The UNC men’s basketball team played its first NCAA Tournament games in Greenville, S.C. — rather than in nearby Greensboro — due to House Bill 2.
While the third season of the ABC drama "American Crime" is set in North Carolina, it was not filmed in the state.
The U.S. Supreme Court sent a case dealing with bathroom protections back to a lower court Monday — after the Donald Trump administration rescinded protections for transgender students last month.
The NAACP is calling for a full economic boycott of North Carolina to protest recent legislation pushed through by the state’s Republican-dominated General Assembly.
The N.C. General Assembly has proposed another bill aimed at repealing the controversial House Bill 2.
The Donald Trump administration revoked protections for transgender students Wednesday, ordering schools to disregard memos from former President Barack Obama’s White House — which said prohibiting transgender students from using bathrooms aligning with their gender identities violates anti-discrimination laws.
Gov. Roy Cooper announced plans to repeal House Bill 2 and crack down on crimes committed in locker rooms and bathrooms in a Tuesday press conference.
Commentary on House Bill 2 was clear and common at Saturday’s Moral March on Raleigh — “BBQ not HB2,” “Worst in rights,” “Repeal HB2” signs read.
Rep. Deb Butler, D-New Hanover, was sworn in to the North Carolina General Assembly Monday night, becoming the second out LGBT representative serving in the state legislature.
House Bill 2 might cost the state the ability to host all NCAA Championship events for the next six years, according to a letter from the North Carolina Sports Association to the N.C. General Assembly.
After nearly a year of calls for repeal and lawsuits, House Bill 2 is once again at a standstill, as legislators and activists are increasingly skeptical that compromise is possible, or even desirable.
Since House Bill 2 was pushed through North Carolina’s state legislature last March, it has lost the state millions of dollars in business.
After four years of Republican control of the legislature and the governor’s mansion, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper was inaugurated and remains at odds with legislative leaders.
The N.C. Republican Party abandoned an agreement to repeal House Bill 2 Wednesday by trying to introduce new terms to the arrangement.
North Carolina was thrust into the national spotlight on March 23 of this year when Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law House Bill 2, which undid local nondiscrimination ordinances for LGBTQ people.