The North Carolina General Assembly voted to repeal HB2 on Thursday. A Charlotte high school student will not be allowed to graduate before being deported. CMS Board members still have no consensus on student assignment, and a Huntersville native puts UNC in the Final Four. Those stories and more on the local news roundup with host Mike Collins and a panel of reporters.
A week after HB2's first anniversary, Republican legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper announced a repeal deal late Wednesday. Mike Collins gets an update, and then discusses a task force report on the lack of economic mobility in Charlotte.
Best selling author Greg Iles has just released the final book in his Natchez Burning trilogy. Guest host Erik Spanberg from the Charlotte Business Journal is joined by Iles to discuss the latest book, Mississippi Blood - and the true events that inspired it, when Charlotte Talks.
Another HB2 repeal proposal comes to the legislature from a candidate for Charlotte mayor as the controversial law turns one-year old. And state Republican lawmakers play roles in moving the heath care bill through Congress. Mike Collins and a roundtable of reporters review the week's news.