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State law blocking Charlotte ordinance heading to court

Updated: 03/28/2016 - Gay-rights groups and others who say they'll be wronged by North Carolina's new law preventing Charlotte and other local governments from passing anti-discrimination rules are wasting little time trying to stop it in court.

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Other provisions included in HB2

Updated: 03/25/2016 - While the issue of which bathroom people can use may be getting all of the buzz in the House Bill 2 signed into law by Governor McCrory, there are other provisions in the new law.

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Transgender, business community react to bathroom bill

Updated: 03/25/2016 - The backlash and reaction continue following the new law here in North Carolina that makes it illegal for local governments to create anti-discrimination rules when it comes to which bathroom a person can use.

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Cooper worries about sports backlash from bathroom gender law

Posted: 03/25/2016 - North Carolina's top government lawyer says he's worried a new law overturning Charlotte's anti-discrimination ordinance and preventing similar rules elsewhere will put the state at a disadvantage to keep or land big sporting events.

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Skull stolen from NC cemetery

Updated: 03/25/2016 - North Carolina authorities search for grave robbers who stole skull from Hickory mausoleum.

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Facebook, Apple not fans of state's new transgender law

Updated: 03/25/2016 - Facebook and Apple have added their voices to the big businesses that are not pleased with a new North Carolina law barring anti-discrimination protections for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people.

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Governor's office addresses HB2 with Q&A

Updated: 03/26/2016 - As controversy continues to swirl surrounding a new bill that blocks transgender people from using public bathrooms according to the sex they identify with, Governor Pat McCrory's office released the following statement.

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NCDOT launches speed enforcement campaign

Updated: 03/24/2016 - The North Carolina Department of Transportation has launched a new initiative called “Obey the Sign or Pay the Fine” to enforce the speed limit in North Carolina.

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Teen killed “dodging” arrows

Posted: 03/23/2016 - West Virginia teen shot through head with arrow while playing dangerous “game” with friends. WSAZ’s Jatara McGee reports.

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Opponents of Charlotte ordinance call for special session

Updated: 03/18/2016 - A group of parents, teenagers and businessmen is calling on Gov. Pat McCrory to immediately convene a special session of the General Assembly to address Charlotte's new non-discrimination ordinance.

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