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Supporters of House Bill 2 gather for a rally at the North Carolina State Capitol in Raleigh, N.C., on April 11. A recent poll found that nearly 49 percent of North Carolinians support at least some part of the controversial law. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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North Carolinians Who Support 'Bathroom Law' Say They're Being Drowned Out

There's a deep divide in the state over a law limiting civil rights protections for LGBTQ people. Amid a national backlash, nearly 49 percent of people in the state say they support parts of the law.

Rows of greens grow on the front yard of Gary Henderson's house. He's one of a handful of homeowners in Orlando, Fla., who've given up their lawn to Fleet Farming. Once "you realize that you can eat your lawn, I think it makes a whole lot of sense," Henderson says. Catherine Welch/WMFE hide caption

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An All-Volunteer Squad Of Farmers Is Turning Florida Lawns Into Food

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Natural High Tosca
Weight Off Kaytranada

A mural on the wall of the boys' high school in Sair, a Palestinian town in the West Bank. More than a dozen young men from Sair were killed by Israeli forces since last fall, including during attacks on Israelis. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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A Fall In Knife Attacks On Israelis, Amid A Shifting Palestinian Mood

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Pretty Things Tülpa

Supporters of House Bill 2 gather for a rally at the North Carolina State Capitol in Raleigh, N.C., on April 11. A recent poll found that nearly 49 percent of North Carolinians support at least some part of the controversial law. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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North Carolinians Who Support 'Bathroom Law' Say They're Being Drowned Out

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The Inner Banks The Inner Banks
Thinking Loudly El Ten Eleven

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Chance The Rapper's 'Coloring Book' Reveals Shades Of Gospel

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Blessings Chance The Rapper
Sing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst Kendrick Lamar

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