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Pre-empting Local Democracy in North Carolina and Beyond


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Pre-empting Local Democracy in North Carolina and Beyond

Sue Sturgis

Date on which the city council in Charlotte, North Carolina, passed an ordinance expanding the city's non-discrimination policy to offer new protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and to allow people to use public restrooms based on their gender identity: 2/22/2016

Vote by which the Charlotte ordinance passed: 7-4


#2

Looks like you've got a nice little dictatorship going there....


#4

if the law truly protects discrimination due to one's sexual orientation, i guess a person could lose their job or be denied any other basic right due to the fact that someone perceives them as being heterosexual.