Weak-kneed Republicans Cave to Radical Liberals, File “Bipartisan” Repeal of HB2…

Excerpt From: ABC11. Written By: Jonah Kaplan and Angelica Alvarez.

North Carolina lawmakers filed a bipartisan bill Wednesday aimed at breaking an impasse over the state’s “bathroom bill,” but it’s likely to face tough going in the Republican-controlled legislature.

Two House Republicans and two Democrats sponsored the measure that would repeal House Bill 2, the law approved last March. But the proposal contains add-ons that led gay rights groups as well as Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper – who prefers a simple repeal – to immediately pan the measure.

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HB2 requires transgender people to use multi-stall restrooms in public buildings that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates and blocks expansion of LGBT rights in local ordinances and state law. It drew national protests.

Republican state Rep. Chuck McGrady, one of the four sponsors of House Bill 186, said he hopes it can secure enough votes for passage in his chamber. A deal between Cooper and Republican legislative leaders in December to repeal HB2 fell apart amid political acrimony.

“It’s a bill that I view as sort of a bipartisan path forward to deal with an issue that is very complex and needs to be resolved,” McGrady told reporters.

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