Today’s repeal of the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act allows our state and region to move forward. The Chamber asks legislators and elected leaders to continue working together to strengthen North Carolina and the Triangle region’s economy as well as to ensure an inclusive and welcoming environment that every citizen can enjoy.
Adrienne Cole, Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce president and CEO said, “The Triangle’s growth and success depends on attracting top talent and companies to the market and on expansion of business operations by companies that are already here. The Chamber will reach out immediately to site selection consultants, companies, and organizations considering relocations or expansions in our area.”
The Chamber has expressed strong opposition to HB2 since it was enacted.