Breaking News: The Charlotte City Council has voted to repeal its own controversial “bathroom’ ordinance,” in exchange – the North Carolina General Assembly in Raleigh will repeal ‘House Bill 2’ by Dec. 31.
The council voted 9-0 to repeal its non-discrimination ordinance Monday.
-The Charlotte ordinance was pushed through the City council in early 2016, just months into Mayor Jennifer Roberts’ tenure, REQUIRING businesses to allow people to use the bathroom corresponding to their ‘gender identity’ not how they were born. In response, conservative leaders in Raleigh convened a one-day special session to pass its own legislation that rendered Charlotte’s ordinance null and void. SOURCE: WBTV http://www.wbtv.com
“Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore assured (Cooper) that as a result of Charlotte’s vote, a special session will be called for Tuesday (DEC 20?) to repeal HB 2 in full…”
-NC Governor-elect Roy Cooper response on Twitter Monday morning.
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