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The law’s backers, however, showed no sign of retreating. Attorney General Roy Cooper, a Democrat challenging Mc Crory, said the legislation, known as House Bill 2, poses a threat to the state’s economy.

They placed blame on Charlotte city leaders who passed an expanded nondiscrimination ordinance that spurred the state legislation. “These are new, better paying jobs North Carolina won’t get because Governor Mc Crory has put his political ideology above all else,” Cooper said.

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