From left, Joe Peeler, Tony Ruppe and Scott Ledford talk about House Bill 2 at the Linwood Restaurant in Kings Mountain. “People just don’t think men should go into women’s restrooms,” said Ledford of Kings Mountain, when asked about the provision in Charlotte’s overturned ordinance that would have allowed transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their gender identity. “They can dress how they want, that’s fine. But there are kids in (bathrooms).”
From left, Joe Peeler, Tony Ruppe and Scott Ledford talk about House Bill 2 at the Linwood Restaurant in Kings Mountain. “People just don’t think men should go into women’s restrooms,” said Ledford of Kings Mountain, when asked about the provision in Charlotte’s overturned ordinance that would have allowed transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their gender identity. “They can dress how they want, that’s fine. But there are kids in (bathrooms).” Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com
From left, Joe Peeler, Tony Ruppe and Scott Ledford talk about House Bill 2 at the Linwood Restaurant in Kings Mountain. “People just don’t think men should go into women’s restrooms,” said Ledford of Kings Mountain, when asked about the provision in Charlotte’s overturned ordinance that would have allowed transgender individuals to use the bathroom of their gender identity. “They can dress how they want, that’s fine. But there are kids in (bathrooms).” Mark Hames mhames@charlotteobserver.com

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