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AG, CEOs urge repeal of new state transgender law

A top legislative Republican says North Carolina's Democratic attorney general should resign if he won't defend a far-reaching new state law that in part voids Charlotte's anti-discrimination ordinance.

Seattle mayor bans city employee travel to North Carolina

Seattle's mayor has banned city employee travel to North Carolina after a law was signed last week there preventing all cities and counties from passing anti-discrimination rules.

Female voters talk congressional maps, controversial bill

The League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear met Monday to discuss multiple voting topics.

Equality groups to file discrimination lawsuit against House Bill 2

The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of North Carolina, Lambda Legal, and Equality NC will hold a press conference tomorrow to announce the filing of a federal lawsuit challenging House Bill 2.

San Francisco mayor bans government travel to North Carolina

San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee has banned city workers from non-essential travel to North Carolina.

Wilmington residents react to new NC law

Hurtful, harmful and hateful are just a few words Cape Fear Equality Chair Ryan Burris describes House Bill 2.

North Carolina’s controversial ‘anti-LGBT’ bill explained

Several civil rights groups and LGBTQ advocates are organizing a rally tonight in Raleigh, North Carolina, to protest the state's controversial passage of House Bill 2, which critics have called "the most anti-LGBT bill in the country."

NC governor signs bill stopping anti-discrimination rules

Democrats in the North Carolina Senate walked out rather than debate legislation aimed at blocking a Charlotte ordinance protecting transgender people from discrimination.

Bill for legislative session goes beyond Charlotte ordinance

The North Carolina legislature is returning Wednesday to meet and consider stopping the implementation of Charlotte's new non-discrimination ordinance.

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North Carolina man accused of assaulting firemen during fire

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