North Carolina Republican lawmakers want to make a deal over an LGBT law.
FOX's Pat O'Neill has more:
The lawmakers and governor Pat McCrory say they'll consider rescinding a state law limiting LGBT anti-discrimination protections, but that Charlotte must repeal its ordinance supporting sexual orientation and gender identity.
Charlotte mayor Jennifer Roberts countering that Republicans don't need the city to act, saying, in effect, you move first.
The state law passed in March had led to a loss of some company and sports business. Last week, the NCAA withdrew its championships from North Carolina.
Meanwhile, a new poll from Elon University finds that among likely voters, half oppose the law limiting LGBT protections and 40 percent support it, with the rest undecided.
The mayor says the city council won't address the issue at its next meeting on Monday.
Pat O'Neill, FOX News.