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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory blamed ‘inaccurate’ news stories for the backlash against House Bill 2, a new law that creates a statewide discrimination policy that doesn’t protect against discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. "Every city and every corporation have the exact same nondiscrimination policy this week as they had two weeks ago," according to McCrory when asked about the policy at a groundbreaking in Clayton, NC on March 28, 2016. Elena Boffetta Raleigh News & Observer
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