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Advocacy: Amendment One is bad for business

Here's my latest piece for the Carrboro Citizen newspaper, a round-up of business people talking about the potential impacts of Amendment One.

Diane Koistinen, owner/stylist of The Beehive, shows her opposition to Amendment One. (Photo by Alicia Stemper)

Biz owners: Amendment One could harm business, economic development

Many observers fear passage of Amendment One will create negative ripples extending from the ballot box to the boardrooms and back offices of businesses large and small all over The Old North State. Local chambers of commerce have joined many business owners, scholars and government officials in decrying the proposal. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Chamber was the first in the state to publicly oppose the amendment; Durham’s chamber followed suit. Continue reading about how Amendment One could harm economic development and business in North Carolina.

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