North Carolina repeals ‘bathroom bill’ — but its replacement worries LGBT, business communities

A measure in North Carolina to repeal that state’s "bathroom bill" — similar to the Texas Privacy Act currently being debated in the Lone Star State— is close to being signed into law.
The North Carolina House of Representatives passed House Bill 142, the proposed legislation to replace House Bill 2, 70-48 Thursday afternoon. It had previously passed the North Carolina Senate 32-16. It now moves to the desk of North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, who campaigned against the original North Carolina…

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