Protesters chant at an intersection in Chapel Hill, N.C., Tuesday, March 29, 2016 to protest the recent passage of N.C. HB2, which prevents local governments from protecting people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity when they use public accommodations such as hotels and restaurants. People also would have to use multi-stall bathrooms that match their birth certificates at state agencies and public schools and universities.
Protesters chant at an intersection in Chapel Hill, N.C., Tuesday, March 29, 2016 to protest the recent passage of N.C. HB2, which prevents local governments from protecting people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity when they use public accommodations such as hotels and restaurants. People also would have to use multi-stall bathrooms that match their birth certificates at state agencies and public schools and universities. Chris Seward Raleigh News & Observer
Protesters chant at an intersection in Chapel Hill, N.C., Tuesday, March 29, 2016 to protest the recent passage of N.C. HB2, which prevents local governments from protecting people on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity when they use public accommodations such as hotels and restaurants. People also would have to use multi-stall bathrooms that match their birth certificates at state agencies and public schools and universities. Chris Seward Raleigh News & Observer

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