It was one year ago that state lawmakers returned to Raleigh for a special session aimed at stopping Charlotte's non-discrimination ordinance from taking effect. Updated 03/23/2017 01:16 PM
On Capital Tonight: On the anniversary of the passage of HB2, we look back at how the law came about, the efforts to change or repeal it, and the future of the law, as it heads to federal court. Our analysts Chris Brook of the ACLU of North Carolina, Prof. Gregory Wallace of Campbell Law School, Rep. Duane Hall, (D) Wake County, and conservative commentator Chad Adams join Tim Boyum to look at the impact the law has had on North Carolina.
03/23/2017 11:55 AM
On Capital Tonight: Congresswoman Alma Adams talks about the impending vote on the Republican health care reform plan in the US House and more with Tim Boyum. Senior Political Reporter Loretta Boniti has more on the votes to override Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of the partisan judicial races bill. Our Advocates Brad Crone and Chris Sinclair take on the hot political issues of the week.
03/22/2017 03:46 PM