April 7, 2017

St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Gary D. Robertson, April 6, 2017- The compromise by politicians on North Carolina’s “bathroom bill” is helping return collegiate sporting events to the state. But big-city mayors still don’t want their employees traveling there after the replacement law. The mayors of New York, Washington, San Francisco, Seattle, …

April 3, 2017

Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board March 31, 2017- North Carolina is not a welcoming state. On the contrary, a new law there continues to allow discrimination against people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer. Thursday, North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper signed a law to “repeal” the so-called bathroom bill enacted …

April 3, 2017

SHRM Allen Smith March 31, 2017- After one controversial year on the books, North Carolina’s H.B. 2—requiring transgender individuals to use the bathroom in public buildings that matches the gender indicated on their birth certificates—has been repealed. Both the state House and Senate voted to overturn the law on March 30 …