Pat McCrory quietly withdrew HB2 Lawsuit he filled against the federal government, because, in his own words, it was too costly.
Pat McCrory quietly withdrew the lawsuit against the Obama administration in response to the Government asking him how was he going to enforce HB2, a discriminatory legislation that targetted transgender women.
North Carolina’s Governor cited costs of litigation, pointing out that his state is also the defendant in a lawsuit filed against him by the Department of Justice on similar grounds.
Remember when the Department of Justice Earlier this year, the Department Of Justice delcared that HB2 violates the federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, giving him until 6 PM Monday, May 9 to respond that he will ensure the illegal law is not enforced.
In response, McCrory filed a lawsuit against the United States, in which he accused the government of a “baseless and blatant overreach” and continued to defend the discriminatory legislation.
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