Roy Cooper Can’t Stop Disavowing a “Religious Test” That Doesn’t Exist…

Excerpt By: News & Observer. Written By: Craig Jarvis.

Gov. Roy Cooper opposes President Trump’s immigration order even though he once backed a different approach to restricting Syrian refugees, saying on Wednesday that the two circumstances are “very different.”

Earlier, N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein told a TV station he is willing to sue over Trump’s ban on behalf of North Carolina if necessary.

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After an event in Raleigh, Cooper told reporters he hoped the controversy could be resolved soon.


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