Residents gather Wednesday for a vigil and march to protest the death of Keith Scott in Charlotte, N.C. Scott, who was black, was shot and killed by police. The circumstances of his death are disputed, and residents, the NAACP and the ACLU are calling for the release of police video footage of the shooting. Brian Blanco/Getty Images hide caption

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Protests in Charlotte, N.C., began Tuesday in response to the fatal police shooting of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott at an apartment complex near the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. They continued for a second night. Here, a demonstrator shouts in uptown Charlotte on Wednesday night. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters march Wednesday to protest the Tuesday shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, N.C. Scott, who was black, was shot and killed by police officers, who say Scott was holding a gun and ignored instructions to drop it. Relatives and neighbors say he was holding a book. Brian Blanco/Getty Images hide caption

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Police officers face off with protesters on Interstate 85 in Charlotte, N.C., during demonstrations following the death of a man shot by a police officer on Tuesday. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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The NBA is relocating the 2017 All-Star Game from Charlotte, N.C., because of a state law that limits civil rights protections for LGBT people. Bruce Yeung/Getty Images hide caption

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On Wednesday, North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory signed into law a bill blocking anti-discrimination rules that would protect gay and transgender people. Above, McCrory speaks during the Wake County Republican convention at the state fairgrounds in Raleigh on March 8. Al Drago/CQ Roll Call hide caption

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Listen: North Carolina Debates Transgender Rights

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Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera salutes the fans as he leaves the field after a win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Jan. 3, 2016 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Grant Halverson/Getty Images hide caption

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Carolina Panthers Coach Ron Rivera Has Charlotte's Latino Community Fired Up

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Cranes pepper the skyline in Charlotte, N.C., a sign of the region's strong economic growth. Logan Cyrus for NPR hide caption

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Economy And Immigration: What's Dividing Republicans

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