Earlier this month in Raleigh, HB2 protester Connie Jones, center, shouts with other demonstrators on North Blount Street across from the Governor's Mansion. A crowd of about 200 marched from in front of the NC legislature two blocks to peacefully stage their protest of the law.
Earlier this month in Raleigh, HB2 protester Connie Jones, center, shouts with other demonstrators on North Blount Street across from the Governor's Mansion. A crowd of about 200 marched from in front of the NC legislature two blocks to peacefully stage their protest of the law. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Earlier this month in Raleigh, HB2 protester Connie Jones, center, shouts with other demonstrators on North Blount Street across from the Governor's Mansion. A crowd of about 200 marched from in front of the NC legislature two blocks to peacefully stage their protest of the law. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

NC Democrats in Congress: HB2 treats LGBT people as ‘2nd-class citizens’

April 21, 2016 10:07 AM

UPDATED April 21, 2016 02:18 PM

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