The battle over whether transgender people in North Carolina grew more fierce Monday when Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch filed dueling lawsuits over HB2. The law enacted in March requires people in government buildings to use bathrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates.
The battle over whether transgender people in North Carolina grew more fierce Monday when Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch filed dueling lawsuits over HB2. The law enacted in March requires people in government buildings to use bathrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates. Toby Talbot AP
The battle over whether transgender people in North Carolina grew more fierce Monday when Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch filed dueling lawsuits over HB2. The law enacted in March requires people in government buildings to use bathrooms that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates. Toby Talbot AP

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May 10, 2016 07:39 AM