Transcript for Bruce Springsteen Cancels NC Show Over 'Bathroom Law'
Alex, thank you very much. The fire storm over north Carolina's so-called bathroom law. Bruce Springsteen canceled a game there and some are calling for NBA to move its game. ABC's Steve osunsami is ton the scene in Raleigh. Reporter: The list of big businesses threatening to pull businesses continue to grow. The battle lines are drawn. âª this morning the boss is changing everything. Bruce Springsteen the rock legend who honors veterans is refunding concert tickets today in protest of the new north Carolina law that rolls back protections for gay families. And it stops transgender people from using the bathrooms they need. He explained on Facebook that some things are more important than a rock show and this fight against prejudice and bigotry is one of them. It's the strongest means I have for raising my voice in opposition. âª Reporter: His band is speaking up, too. Hurt people economically to do the right thing morally. Reporter: Basketball hall of famer Charles Barkley agrees. This morning, he's saying the NBA should move next year's all-star game somewhere else. I'm supposed to stand up for the people who can't stand up for themselves. So, I think the NBA should move the all-star game from Charlotte. Reporter: The game alone is worth $100 million in business. With each event that's canceled, you have the direct impact of no longer hotel rooms. Cab spending to concert Goers. Reporter: The governor and his many supporters are fighting back. Their critics are fine with laws in other places. Calling the bathroom issue a safety concern for girls. Lawmakers here say they feel like they're being bullied. Selena Gomez and others have concerted scheduled here. George. We haven't heard the last of this. Okay, Steve, thanks very much. Amy with the other top headlines. A U.S. Navy officer accused
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