Hundreds of people filled a capacity meeting chamber, with the city opening several overflow rooms during debate on LGBT-inclusive non-discrimination ordinances.

The Charlotte City Council has been getting pressure from the North Carolina General Assembly and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce to compromise in order to hopefully get some sort of modification to HB2. The NCGA has put forth no plan publicly stating what they would change and LGBT activists and leaders have been calling on the Charlotte City Council to stand strong and not repeal the LGBT non-discrimination ordinance in order to strike a deal.

They recently voted against putting the issue on the agenda and so far are standing their ground.

We wondered what our readers thought about the issue. Should the Charlotte City Council consider repealing the now null and void LGBT non-discrimination ordinance in hopes of a compromise over HB2?

Let us know your opinion in our QPoll below.

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