Bad Policy and Bad for the Economy
Once again the State Legislature and Governor McCrory have acted against the interests of North Carolina. The record passage of HB2 (12 hours from draft to passage!) wrecks havoc with policies across the state and continues the attack on Municipal and County local government control.
The strategy to create a smokescreen of hysteria about who uses which bathroom to hide the broad attack on individual rights and local government is not working. Once people had time to read the bill the truth began to come out. In addition to the broad economic impact of businesses, performers and tourists boycotting our state the recent US Court of Appeals decision places billions of Federal funding for education at risk.
In spite of all the negative impacts the Republican leadership has remained obstinate in refusing to repeal the bill.
Moral Monday April 25th - Rally to Oppose "Hate Bill 2--Not About Restrooms Law" at the state capitol in Raleigh.
Schedule of the day:
9:30 a.m. News conference and petition delivery at the State Capitol, 1 E Edenton St, Raleigh, NC 27601
10:30 a.m. Direct action training (email email@example.com for more info)
11:30 a.m. Speak-out at the State Capitol
2:00 p.m. Direct action training (email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info)
3:00 p.m. Moral Monday 3rd Anniversary rally at Bicentennial Mall, 16 W. Jones St. in front of the NC General Assembly
4:00 p.m. Mass sit-in to protest HB 2