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Five years after House Bill 2 put North Carolina at the center of national controversy, cities in the state’s liberal enclaves are once again discussing discrimination and the LGBT community.
Five years after House Bill 2 put North Carolina at the center of national controversy, cities in the state’s liberal enclaves are once again discussing discrimination and the LGBT community.
 
A Superior Court judge has struck down Wilmington’s citywide restrictions on vacation rentals. An Institute for Justice news release praised the ruling.
A Superior Court judge has struck down Wilmington’s citywide restrictions on vacation rentals. An Institute for Justice news release praised the ruling.
 
The Solar Ordinance Committee meeting that was cancelled for today has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 1:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC
The Solar Ordinance Committee meeting that was cancelled for today has been rescheduled for Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 1:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC
 
The Solar Facility Ordinance Committee will meet Monday, September 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM and Thursday, September 20, 2018 at at 2:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd St., Washington, NC
The Solar Facility Ordinance Committee will meet Monday, September 17, 2018 at 2:30 PM and Thursday, September 20, 2018 at at 2:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd St., Washington, NC
 
The Solar Facility Ordinance Committee will meet Monday, August 20, 2018 at 2:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd St., Washington, NC
The Solar Facility Ordinance Committee will meet Monday, August 20, 2018 at 2:30 PM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd St., Washington, NC
 
The Raleigh City Council once again has changed the rules of outdoor seating for downtown diners, but some business owners say they were never consulted before the changes were made
The Raleigh City Council once again has changed the rules of outdoor seating for downtown diners, but some business owners say they were never consulted before the changes were made
 
Wilmington's Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on changes to the city's zoning ordinances on January 29th. The proposed changes should be welcomed
Wilmington's Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on changes to the city's zoning ordinances on January 29th. The proposed changes should be welcomed
 
The Beaufort County Solar Farm Ordinance Committee will meet on September 19, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC
The Beaufort County Solar Farm Ordinance Committee will meet on September 19, 2017 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM in the boardroom located at 121 W. 3rd Street, Washington, NC
 
After more than 90 minutes of debate, including rejected motions to delay the vote until Tuesday and to adjourn the session, the House passed the measure, 70-48
After more than 90 minutes of debate, including rejected motions to delay the vote until Tuesday and to adjourn the session, the House passed the measure, 70-48
 
NC Capitol Connection provides an overview of yesterday’s contentious special session called to repeal HB 2.
NC Capitol Connection provides an overview of yesterday’s contentious special session called to repeal HB 2.
 
After a day of repeated pauses and extended recesses, just before 8 p.m. Wednesday the General Assembly adjourned its fifth special session of the term without accomplishing its intended purpose: repealing House Bill 2
After a day of repeated pauses and extended recesses, just before 8 p.m. Wednesday the General Assembly adjourned its fifth special session of the term without accomplishing its intended purpose: repealing House Bill 2
 
Once again North Carolina made national news and once again it wasn't favorable
Once again North Carolina made national news and once again it wasn't favorable
 
The General Assembly will return for a fifth special session Wednesday after a Monday morning vote by the Charlotte City Council repealing its bathroom ordinance that led to the adoption of House Bill 2
The General Assembly will return for a fifth special session Wednesday after a Monday morning vote by the Charlotte City Council repealing its bathroom ordinance that led to the adoption of House Bill 2
 
The following statement can be attributed to the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) Chairman Robin Hayes
The following statement can be attributed to the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) Chairman Robin Hayes
 
Governor Pat McCrory's Press Office issued the following statement from Press Secretary Graham Wilson
Governor Pat McCrory's Press Office issued the following statement from Press Secretary Graham Wilson
 
In the final North Carolina gubernatorial debate, Governor McCrory again showed himself as a leader and the clear winner, Roy Cooper crumbles, and Lon Cecil proves himself to be irrelevant.
In the final North Carolina gubernatorial debate, Governor McCrory again showed himself as a leader and the clear winner, Roy Cooper crumbles, and Lon Cecil proves himself to be irrelevant.
 
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Both HB2 and the Charlotte ordinance that preceded it were solutions in search of a problem. We've yet to see certifiable evidence that Charlotte had significant or quantifiable transgender discrimination problems. It was political pandering to a liberal support base
Both HB2 and the Charlotte ordinance that preceded it were solutions in search of a problem. We've yet to see certifiable evidence that Charlotte had significant or quantifiable transgender discrimination problems. It was political pandering to a liberal support base
 
We've been witness to a level of ideologically driven mass media hysteria in recent weeks unseen since the Duke lacrosse rape hoax story
We've been witness to a level of ideologically driven mass media hysteria in recent weeks unseen since the Duke lacrosse rape hoax story
 
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s lawsuit filed Monday against the U.S. Department of Justice concerning the state’s student privacy law, known as HB2.
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory’s lawsuit filed Monday against the U.S. Department of Justice concerning the state’s student privacy law, known as HB2.
 
The raging debate over House Bill 2 won't end and has become a political football, only this is a not a game. Regardless of who started the fight or is continuing it, the plain and simple truth is that HB2 is damaging North Carolina.

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The raging debate over House Bill 2 won't end and has become a political football, only this is a not a game. Regardless of who started the fight or is continuing it, the plain and simple truth is that HB2 is damaging North Carolina.
 
The campaign office of Lt. Governor Dan Forest today announced the release of their first television commercial of the 2016 General Election season, to begin airing tonight on three stations in the greater Charlotte media market, WSOC, WBT and WCCB
The campaign office of Lt. Governor Dan Forest today announced the release of their first television commercial of the 2016 General Election season, to begin airing tonight on three stations in the greater Charlotte media market, WSOC, WBT and WCCB
 
The General Assembly recently passed a law invalidating a Charlotte ordinance allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the sex with which they identify
The General Assembly recently passed a law invalidating a Charlotte ordinance allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the sex with which they identify
 
Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker Can't Say If There Was An Economic Impact To Houston After Voters Rejected Bathroom Ordinance
Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker Can't Say If There Was An Economic Impact To Houston After Voters Rejected Bathroom Ordinance
 
In late February, the Charlotte city council passed a so-called antidiscrimination law, scheduled to go into effect on April 1, aimed at protecting what, in their view, are the rights of those in the gay, lesbian, and transgender community.
In late February, the Charlotte city council passed a so-called antidiscrimination law, scheduled to go into effect on April 1, aimed at protecting what, in their view, are the rights of those in the gay, lesbian, and transgender community.
 
Former Democrat NC House Speaker Joe Mavretic: Repeal of Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance "Good Move," Senate Democrats "Did Not Have The Courage To Stand And Vote"
Former Democrat NC House Speaker Joe Mavretic: Repeal of Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance "Good Move," Senate Democrats "Did Not Have The Courage To Stand And Vote"
 
The privacy rights and safety of North Carolina citizens shouldn’t be cast aside or used as a political pawn for special interest groups that desire to impose their agenda to create a genderless society
The privacy rights and safety of North Carolina citizens shouldn’t be cast aside or used as a political pawn for special interest groups that desire to impose their agenda to create a genderless society
 
Despite repeatedly telling the public and media that she was following the lead of over 200 cities in passing the ordinance that was overturned by a bipartisan vote of the General Assembly.
Despite repeatedly telling the public and media that she was following the lead of over 200 cities in passing the ordinance that was overturned by a bipartisan vote of the General Assembly.
 
This week's special session of the General Assembly was called primarily to address a new ordinance in Charlotte, due to go into effect April 1.
This week's special session of the General Assembly was called primarily to address a new ordinance in Charlotte, due to go into effect April 1.
 
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the North Carolina General Assembly’s bipartisan passage of the Public Facilities and Security Act, which invalidates a city of Charlotte ordinance
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the North Carolina General Assembly’s bipartisan passage of the Public Facilities and Security Act, which invalidates a city of Charlotte ordinance
 
Senate Democrats on Wednesday walked out of the chamber moments before their GOP colleagues voted unanimously to adopt a state law reversing a newly passed Charlotte ordinance allowing transgender people to use whichever public bathroom they choose
Senate Democrats on Wednesday walked out of the chamber moments before their GOP colleagues voted unanimously to adopt a state law reversing a newly passed Charlotte ordinance allowing transgender people to use whichever public bathroom they choose
 
The ordinance threatens businesses with substantial fines and potential jail time should they seek to protect their patrons' safety and security:
The ordinance threatens businesses with substantial fines and potential jail time should they seek to protect their patrons' safety and security:
 
Today, NC's top law enforcement officer, Roy Cooper, deflected his responsibility to take legal action to stop the Charlotte bathroom ordinance from taking effect on April 1, saying it was the job of District Attorneys to enforce the law
Today, NC's top law enforcement officer, Roy Cooper, deflected his responsibility to take legal action to stop the Charlotte bathroom ordinance from taking effect on April 1, saying it was the job of District Attorneys to enforce the law
 
Today, McCrory Campaign Manager Russell Peck issued the following response to Attorney General Roy Cooper's support of the Charlotte Bathroom ordinance
Today, McCrory Campaign Manager Russell Peck issued the following response to Attorney General Roy Cooper's support of the Charlotte Bathroom ordinance
 
More than 700 gathered outside the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Complex Building in cold, sideways-rain for two hours in protest and opposition of the Charlotte City Council's transgender bathroom ordinance voted upon this evening.
More than 700 gathered outside the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Complex Building in cold, sideways-rain for two hours in protest and opposition of the Charlotte City Council's transgender bathroom ordinance voted upon this evening.
 
As Attorney General Roy Cooper sets his sights on the governor's mansion, he should explain why he supports Charlotte's controversial transgender bathroom ordinance, even though it is likely to be the subject of a lengthy and expensive legal challenge if passed. Roy Cooper has been raising...
As Attorney General Roy Cooper sets his sights on the governor's mansion, he should explain why he supports Charlotte's controversial transgender bathroom ordinance, even though it is likely to be the subject of a lengthy and expensive legal challenge if passed. Roy Cooper has been raising...
 
The recently passed budget of Beaufort County's government has now formed into a budget ordinance, and we have the simple details for your perusal. I mean, it is 5 pages long rather than the 9 pages that comprise Beaufort County's budget for the 2015/2016 fiscal year.
The recently passed budget of Beaufort County's government has now formed into a budget ordinance, and we have the simple details for your perusal. I mean, it is 5 pages long rather than the 9 pages that comprise Beaufort County's budget for the 2015/2016 fiscal year.
 
We've said it before, "... getting involved in neighborhood dog disputes is almost always a battle you can't win.
We've said it before, "... getting involved in neighborhood dog disputes is almost always a battle you can't win.
 
Since Raleigh legalized food trucks a year ago, 18 have been permitted to operate in 11 locations. After receiving only positive feedback about the roaming restaurants, city council now is considering opening up a few more places for them to park.
Since Raleigh legalized food trucks a year ago, 18 have been permitted to operate in 11 locations. After receiving only positive feedback about the roaming restaurants, city council now is considering opening up a few more places for them to park.
 
A judge in Orange County, incidentally, one with whom we seldom agreed, has handed down a superb decision that should be an example to other judges across the state.
A judge in Orange County, incidentally, one with whom we seldom agreed, has handed down a superb decision that should be an example to other judges across the state.
 
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