Republican Gov. Pat McCrory signed North Carolina's anti-LGBT HB 2, while his attorney general — Democrat Roy Cooper — said he refuses to defend a challenge against its constitutionality.
Gov. Terry McAuliffe says the bill attempted to legitimize anti-LGBT discrimination under the guise of religious freedom.
Washington and Vermont have joined Seattle, San Francisco, and New York's ban on employee travel to North Carolina because of its anti-LGBT bill.
When these laws are tossed out in court, they will be exposed for their true nature.
Activist and business leader Mitchell Gold says we must stop religion from being used as a weapon against us.
Silicon Valley has no tolerance for anti-LGBT animus, declares a new letter signed by Apple’s Tim Cook and more than six dozen other business leaders asking North Carolina to repeal House Bill 2.
Roy Cooper issued a scathing critique of North Carolina’s transphobic law in announcing that his office will not defend House Bill 2 in court.