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The General Assembly will not repeal any of House Bill 2. That's apparent. That sends the entire matter where it was headed all along: the federal courts.
A federal court ruling Tuesday in a Virginia transgender boy's lawsuit against his school system has plenty of ramifications for House Bill 2. Here's just one.
Police report cases of sexual predators in bathrooms, true. But there's no evidence LGBT 'bathroom laws' make it easier for them. That's the difference.
No amount of conversation will resolve these two fundamental disagreements between supporters and opponents of House Bill 2.