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ICYMI: Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts on the state’s decision to overturn her city’s nondiscrimination ordinance (Full Video)

If you weren’t able to attend NC Policy Watch’s Crucial Conversation with Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts that full program is now available online.

Mayor Roberts joined us to discuss the overturning of her city’s new nondiscrimination ordinance. Roberts was accompanied by NC Justice Center Executive Director Rick Glazier, ACLU-NC Legal Director Chris Brook, plaintiff in the lawsuit against HB2 Joaquín Carcaño, and Outreach Manager of the Small Business Majority Tim Gaudette.

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