General Assembly Police Chief Martin Brock said the 11 protesters were arrested after refusing to leave Principal Clerk Denise Weeks' office, and would be charged with second-degree trespassing and violating building rules. The activists had entered the office and were demanding a meeting with a legislative leader.
They were just a small part of a larger group of hundreds of people -- lead by Rev. William Barber of the NAACP -- who were protesting the highly controversial law.
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