Repeals SL 2016-99 (Restore State Claim for Wrongful Discharge) and SL 2016-3 (Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act, popularly known as HB2).
Prohibits local governments from enacting or amending ordinances regulating public accommodations or access to restrooms, showers, or changing facilities. Expires 30 days following the adjournment in 2017 of the 2017 General Assembly for more than 30 days jointly.
Bill S 332 (2017-2018)Summary date: Mar 21 2017 - More information
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