Lee Churchill of Raleigh shows her support of HB2 during a rally at the Halifax Mall in Raleigh, N.C., on Monday. While demonstrations circled North Carolina’s statehouse on Monday, for and against a Republican-backed law curtailing protections for LGBT people and limiting public bathroom access for transgender people, House Democrats filed a repeal bill that stands little chance of passing.
Lee Churchill of Raleigh shows her support of HB2 during a rally at the Halifax Mall in Raleigh, N.C., on Monday. While demonstrations circled North Carolina’s statehouse on Monday, for and against a Republican-backed law curtailing protections for LGBT people and limiting public bathroom access for transgender people, House Democrats filed a repeal bill that stands little chance of passing. Chuck Liddy Associated Press
Lee Churchill of Raleigh shows her support of HB2 during a rally at the Halifax Mall in Raleigh, N.C., on Monday. While demonstrations circled North Carolina’s statehouse on Monday, for and against a Republican-backed law curtailing protections for LGBT people and limiting public bathroom access for transgender people, House Democrats filed a repeal bill that stands little chance of passing. Chuck Liddy Associated Press