Wednesday, April 13, 2016

UPDATE: NC governor Pat McCrory puts lipstick traces on piggish document

Link to unsmudged copy of HB2

North Carolina Governor Tries to Step Back From Bias Law.  (The New York Times, 4/12/2016)
In his previous efforts to defend the law in the court of public opinion, Mr. McCrory argued that out-of-state interest groups and news organizations were stripping the law of its context and besmirching North Carolina’s reputation. Mr. McCrory complained about “a vicious, nationwide smear campaign” in late March.

An instrumental track from Phenomenon (1974), my favorite UFO album.  (Obviously, I take issue with this review.  But then Eduardo was 4 years old when the album was released.)

Original 4/10/2016 post, "North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, arms folded defensively, continues to defend bill that legalizes LGBT discrimination". begins here.

Photo credit:  State of North Carolina

As quoted in Thanks to North Carolina’s anti-LGBT law, 13 conventions have decided to take their business elsewhere.   (DeadState, 4/10/2016)

As reported in Understanding HB2: North Carolina’s newest law solidifies state’s role in defining discrimination.  (Charlotte Observer, 3/26/2016)

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