Rep. Chris Sgro, left, says House Bill 2 can’t be enforced by police, so transgender people are more worried about the general public “assessing what someone’s gender is” in bathrooms.
Rep. Chris Sgro, left, says House Bill 2 can’t be enforced by police, so transgender people are more worried about the general public “assessing what someone’s gender is” in bathrooms. BEN MCKEOWN newsobserver.com
Rep. Chris Sgro, left, says House Bill 2 can’t be enforced by police, so transgender people are more worried about the general public “assessing what someone’s gender is” in bathrooms. BEN MCKEOWN newsobserver.com

What happens if you use the wrong bathroom under House Bill 2? Not much

May 27, 2016 11:04 PM

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