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 April 13, 2016  Laws

ABC News reports:

North Carolina Gov. Patrick McCrory announced an executive order today addressing concerns over the recently passed House Bill 2, which has been criticized as “the most anti-LGBT bill in the country.”


[…]McCrory signed Executive Order 93 today, which he says “clarifies” the bill and also “provides new protections for North Carolina residents,” according to a news release from his office.

Read more on ABC. As ACLU has noted, the”clarification” executive order doesn’t undo the harm done by the bill and leaves core discrimination intact. And that is totally unacceptable.

  One Response to “North Carolina Governor Signs Order in Response to ‘Anti-LGBT’ House Bill 2”

  1. The only hypocrisy I see is in this quotation statement:
    “After listening to people’s feedback for the past several weeks on this issue, I have come to the conclusion that there is a great deal of misinformation, misinterpretation, confusion, a lot of passion and frankly, selective outrage and hypocrisy, especially against the great state of North Carolina,” McCrory said in a video statement. “Based upon this feedback, I am taking action to affirm and improve the state’s commitment to privacy and equality.”

    Maybe Governor McCrory tried to access the Xhamster site and realized that all North Carolinians have been blocked from accessing the site.

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