The nation's largest state will not abide by discrimination, Assemblyman Evan Low writes.
Apparently, replacing a reprehensible law with one that's just as bad equates to a big win in 2017.
Mayors and City Council members in Los Angeles and elsewhere condemn the compromise.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association says the half-hearted repeal of House Bill 2 convinced them to reconsider North Carolina as the site for future championship games.
"Real men" wouldn't have repealed the anti-LGBT law, says one commentator. Also: railing against immigrants and gay service members.
The former governor of North Carolina appears to be happy that the largest LGBT rights group in the country was not able to get a full repeal of HB 2.
"HB 142 really does not solve the problems that HB2 created," said National Guard veteran and trans activist Vivian Taylor.