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  • North Carolina is not the only state restricting LGBT rights

    From Georgia to Missouri, many U.S. states are considering or have passed laws that, when enacted, restrict rights to LGBT individuals. On March 23, North Carolina’s governor signed a bill that that prevents local governments from allowing people to use public accommodations based on their gender identity, sparking protests across the state.

North Carolina is not the only state restricting LGBT rights

From Georgia to Missouri, many U.S. states are considering or have passed laws that, when enacted, restrict rights to LGBT individuals. On March 23, North Carolina’s governor signed a bill that that prevents local governments from allowing people to use public accommodations based on their gender identity, sparking protests across the state.
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