Raleigh, N.C. — Another week, more hue and cry over the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, more commonly known as House Bill 2, not to mention more internal warfare at the state Republican Party.
More opposition lined up against House Bill 2, including PayPal canceling plans for a $3.5 million, 400-person operations center in Charlotte. Still, Gov. Pat McCrory wouldn't budge from his support of the law when asked whether North Carolina could withstand economic fallout from it.
Inside the state GOP, Chairman Hasan Harnett tried to mend fences with other party officials after weeks of publicly feuding. Party insiders wanted nothing of that, however, released several documents they say support their claims that Harnett overstepped his authority and was hurting the party.