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>> Clerk will record the vote.>> North Carolina's senate and house of representatives both passing a bill Thursday to repeal the state's controversial transgender bathroom law. Democratic governor Roy Cooper approving the replacement, but civil rights advocates say it doesn't go far enough. Reuters correspondent in North Carolina, Colleen Jenkins, explains.
>> The measure passed by North Carolina lawmakers on Thursday technically repeals HB2. But it also adds new provisions that LGBT advocates the kids say will allow discrimination to persist in this state. The new measure blocks cities and local school boards from passing their own non-discrimination protections, including those for gender identity and sexual orientation.
And only the state will be allowed to regulate access to public bathrooms.>> North Carolina lawmakers had reached a compromise a day earlier. Not long after, the NCAA said it would not award the state potentially lucrative hosting honors for its championship events unless changes to the law were made.
It was not immediately clear if it and other businesses would reverse their boycotts of the southern state.