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Gov. McCrory – QNotes

Educator and mother of gender nonconforming child responds to McCrory’s new campaign ad

Yes, we are really talking about this, Governor McCrory

Gov. McCrory‘s new campaign ad, titled “Common Sense” finds him talking directly to the camera, dumbfounded that the public has had such a strong reaction to HB2, the discriminatory bill he signed into law. “Are we really talking about this?” he asks. “Does the desire to be politically correct outweigh our children’s privacy and safety? Not …

Watch: McCrory responds to journalist, activist calling him “Governor One Term”

McCrory is locked in a tight race as he attempts to win reelection

RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. McCrory is no stranger to criticism, especially since signing HB2, including from journalist and activist Grayson Haver Currin. Currin and his wife, Tina Haver Currin, are the organizers behind the air horn orchestra, which has been making noise at the governor’s mansion every Wednesday in protest of the discriminatory bill. Currin …

Gov. McCrory makes list of least powerful well known people

Authors of the list cite the damage done by HB2 as reason for his inclusion

Gov. Pat McCrory has made a list called “50 Least Powerful People in the World,” put together by research firm 24/7 Wall St. He came in at number 31. The criteria for inclusion was “individuals, be they influential political figures, powerful executives or successful athletes, (that) have each fallen a great distance from their peak — some by …

Photos: Cartoons about HB2 paint the ugly picture

Political cartoons about HB2 have spoken volumes of late, hitting Gov. McCrory and the North Carolina General Assembly for their discriminatory bill which has left the state reeling with lost jobs and revenue. Not to mention the lawsuits. Related: Lawmakers take half a million dollars from disaster relief to defend HB2, on McCrory’s request Here …

McCrory: NC and NBA had verbal agreement on HB2 that fell through

By Katherine Peralta and Rick Rothacker, The Charlotte Observer Gov. Pat McCrory says he and North Carolina legislative leaders had a “total verbal agreement” with the NBA about changes the state would make to House Bill 2 – changes that presumably would have kept the 2017 All-Star Game in Charlotte. In an interview Thursday, McCrory told the …

HB2 update: Billions of dollars at risk, national debate continues

In face of massive monetary loss, the conflict goes on to federal court

As the economic toll of HB2 continues to rise, opponents and supporters of the legislation alike are redoubling their efforts. The media continues to report ever-rising monetary loss to the state. WRAL has calculated $40 million in losses to the Raleigh area alone, only from convention revenue.