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

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