North Carolina's 'Anti-LGBTQ' Bill Has A Growing List Of Opposers
On Tuesday, the state's attorney general said he would not support the law in court.By Katie Link | March 29, 2016
A controversial law backed by the governor of North Carolina faces growing opposition, including from the person in charge of overseeing that law.
Here's a little background on the issue. Pat McCrory is North Carolina's Republican governor, who last week passed House Bill 2. Among other things, the bill reversed a local ordinance allowing transgender people to use facilities associated with their gender identity.
Some in opposition of the law say it’s an attack on the rights of individuals and violates equal treatment.