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The CLGBTCC extends our greatest condolences to those impacted in Orlando, FL

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2016

(Charlotte, N.C.)—On Sunday morning, the country stood still as we all watched, read and Tweeted about the most deadly domestic act of terror in our nation’s history.

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North Carolina Employee’s Still Need Protection

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Governor McCrory’s executive order does little to protect employees, visitors or businesses in North Carolina from discrimination. This executive order, which can easily be overturned in the future, adds non-discrimination protections only for LGBT state government employees, while still preventing them from using the correct facilities at their workplace.

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Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce Asks Businesses to Stand Against North Carolina’s Discrimination Bill

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Charlotte, NC – The Charlotte Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Chamber of Commerce (CLGBTCC) condemns the discriminatory legislation, House Bill 2 (HB2), signed by Governor McCrory. This law which prevents all local government from protecting its citizens from discrimination in hiring, firing and public accommodation has started a chain reaction of sanctioned discrimination and moving money out of North Carolina.

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Mudslinging Won’t Distract Business Groups from Fighting for Protections

Published Tuesday, August 16, 2016

The Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce (CLGBTCC) is working together with numerous organizations to keep Charlotte’s non-discrimination ordinance at the forefront of community minds.

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CLGBTCC Opposes Position Taken By the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce

Published Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce is in complete disagreement with the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce’s recent efforts to push for a compromise by Charlotte City Council and is reviewing next steps with affiliation.

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