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Charlotte's City Council has unanimously approved an LGBTQ-inclusive ordinance, becoming the 10th locality in the state to do so.
Charlotte City Council member Tariq Bokhari has proposed a "conservative" approach to protecting LGBTQ residents from discrimination.
North Carolina Governor-elect Roy Cooper (D) says that a deal may be in the works to repeal the state’s HB 2 law after the Charlotte...
On Monday evening, the Charlotte City Council stood firm against calls for them to reverse course and rescind their city’s LGBT-inclusive nondiscrimination ordinance, but that...
It’s the potential “compromise” that seems premised on the idea of the LGBT community and its allies doing more of the compromising. According to the Charlotte...
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory and his fellow Republicans from the GOP-dominated North Carolina General Assembly are on the warpath against a recently approved ordinance...
Nondiscrimination ordinance fails after exempting bathrooms, locker rooms and showers