Updated July 3, 4:30 p.m.:
Following Tuesday night's hearing, House officials told reporters that 2,181 people had registered in support of the bill, while 1,355 had registered against it. They said today that they had those numbers reversed. The story has been updated below.
Updated, July 3, 12:15 a.m.:
After closing public testimony just after midnight, the House State Affairs Committee voted 8-3, along party lines, to approve House Bill 2.
Public testimony was closed before more than 1,000 people who wished to testify on the bill were given the opportunity ...