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Jan 11, 2021

5 Things To Know: N.C. Nondiscrimination Ordinances Back on the Table

Next week, local elected leaders in Hillsborough, Carrboro, and Chapel Hill will discuss nondiscrimination ordinances that would extend protections to LGBTQ people in key areas including employment, housing and public spaces. Since 2016, municipalities have been blocked from adopting LGBTQ protections due to HB 142, the so-called compromise that ended the infamous HB2, but that part of the law expired on Dec. 1, 2020, leaving cities and towns open to begin drafting new nondiscrimination ordinances this year.

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