Name: Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act
When it passed: Mar 23
Who voted for it: The check upheld a state House 82-26 and a state Senate 32-0, with Senate Democrats walking out and not voting in protest.
What it does: The new law puts in place a statewide process that bans people from regulating open bathrooms that do not conform to their biological sex. It also stops cities from flitting anti-discrimination ordinances to strengthen happy and transgender people.
What happens next: A sovereign lawsuit has been filed over a measure. The state’s profession ubiquitous says he won’t urge it in court. But in a justice of open opinion, Gov. Pat McCrory and other supporters of a magnitude have staunchly stood behind it, observant it’s about safeguarding privacy.