The state of North Carolina reports another loss due to HB2. The American Institute of Architects moved their South Atlantic Region conference out of Wilmington in response to HB2. The economic impact on this coastal city due to the lost conference is estimated at $950,000.
Losing this conference in Wilmington increases the negative economic impact of HB2 even further.
"We ask lawmakers to engage in further dialogue and legislate a more equitable solution that takes into account the needs of all persons in North Carolina."
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The loss of the AIA conference is just another in a long line of HB2 related losses for the state of North Carolina.