North Carolina Makes HUGE Move, Transgender Bathroom Law Is Now Being Rolled Back

DURHAM, NC - MAY 11: A gender neutral sign is posted outside a bathrooms at Oval Park Grill on May 11, 2016 in Durham, North Carolina. Debate over transgender bathroom access spreads nationwide as the U.S. Department of Justice countersues North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory from enforcing the provisions of House Bill 2 (HB2) that dictate what bathrooms transgender individuals can use. (Photo by Sara D. Davis/Getty Images)

Former North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory was an instrumental piece in the state’s efforts to pass a bill mandating that men and women use the bathroom of the sex they were born while on public property.

The liberal left was outraged by that idea and now that McCrory is no longer governor it appears that bill will be scaled back.

From Time:

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says he has signed into law a measure that rolls back the state’s “bathroom bill.”

The Democratic governor signed the bill Thursday despite criticisms from the transgender rights community. The groups say the new measure still denies them protection from discrimination. They demanded nothing less than full repeal.

Cooper acknowledges that it’s not a perfect deal and stops short of many things the state needs to do.

After a year of backlash, the compromise plan was announced Wednesday night. It was worked out under mounting pressure from the NCAA, which threatened to take away more sporting events.

Looks like North Carolina caved to public pressure on this one.


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