Chris Brook with the ACLU speaks at a press conference to announce filing a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's House Bill 2 law at the LGBT Center of Raleigh on March 28, 2016. The Trump administration’s plans to step away from the U.S. justice department lawsuit challenging HB2 won’t stop the ACLU and others from pursuing their discrimination claims over North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom bill” through a different lawsuit.
Chris Brook with the ACLU speaks at a press conference to announce filing a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's House Bill 2 law at the LGBT Center of Raleigh on March 28, 2016. The Trump administration’s plans to step away from the U.S. justice department lawsuit challenging HB2 won’t stop the ACLU and others from pursuing their discrimination claims over North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom bill” through a different lawsuit. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Chris Brook with the ACLU speaks at a press conference to announce filing a federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's House Bill 2 law at the LGBT Center of Raleigh on March 28, 2016. The Trump administration’s plans to step away from the U.S. justice department lawsuit challenging HB2 won’t stop the ACLU and others from pursuing their discrimination claims over North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom bill” through a different lawsuit. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Trump administration signals shift on one HB2 challenge, but hearing set in the other lawsuit

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