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  • NC Gov. Pat McCrory: "I have listened to the people of North Carolina"

    North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory posted a video statement on an Executive Order that will maintain the use of female and male-specific bathrooms, but also allow for "special" restrooms when possible. The order will also ask the NC state legislature to allow state discrimination suits. “I am taking action to affirm and improve the state’s commitment to privacy and equality,” said McCrory.

North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory posted a video statement on an Executive Order that will maintain the use of female and male-specific bathrooms, but also allow for "special" restrooms when possible. The order will also ask the NC state legislature to allow state discrimination suits. “I am taking action to affirm and improve the state’s commitment to privacy and equality,” said McCrory. Office of the Governor
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory posted a video statement on an Executive Order that will maintain the use of female and male-specific bathrooms, but also allow for "special" restrooms when possible. The order will also ask the NC state legislature to allow state discrimination suits. “I am taking action to affirm and improve the state’s commitment to privacy and equality,” said McCrory. Office of the Governor

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