April 3, 2017

Washington Post Mark Berman and Amber Phillips March 30, 2017- North Carolina lawmakers retreated from the state’s controversial law that restricted which public restrooms transgender people can use, repealing it Thursday in the face of economic pressure in favor of a new bill that gay rights groups attacked as discriminatory. …

March 27, 2017

The News & Observer Colin Campbell March 24, 2017- Local governments wouldn’t be allowed to pass nondiscrimination ordinances that specifically protect LGBT people under a draft proposal for replacement of House Bill 2. The restriction on local nondiscrimination ordinances is part of a draft bill posted Friday by WBTV in …

February 13, 2017

CNN Ralph Ellis February 9, 2017 Six Democratic sponsors filed legislation in the North Carolina House of Representatives on Thursday that would repeal the state’s “bathroom bill” and expand LGBT protections. “It’s long overdue,” one of the sponsors, state Rep. Pricey Harrison of Greensboro, told The News and Observer. “We …