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The bathrooms of North Carolina remain pristine.
This is not said with snark or spite, but with sadness. In the end, one wonders if all this was worth that.
The fallout from the NBA’s decision last Thursday to move the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte because of the North Carolina General Assembly’s passing of the controversial HB2 bill is still coming down, leaving fans in Charlotte disappointed and angry, vendors with a huge loss in revenue and politicians doing what politicians do — fulminate at the latest passing cloud.