North Carolina’s House Bill 2 isn’t going anywhere soon. Of the 89 GOP state legislators who voted for HB2, just two lost their seats to Democrats last month — hardly a defeat.
If progressives truly believe House Bill 2’s trans bathrooms law is harming North Carolina, they should be excited about a possibility to get rid of it. Curiously, they’re not.
Facing an activist backlash against a bill requiring people to use bathrooms and locker rooms according to their biological sex, Gov. Pat McCrory has ordered special protections for trans people.
The North Carolina legislature voted to override the veto of a bill which allows magistrates and clerks to recuse themselves from performing marriages.
North Carolina Gov. PatMcCrory vetoed a bill allowing civil magistrates to recuse themselves from performing all marriages if their religion prohibits same-sex unions.
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