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Tennessee adopts bathroom bill like NC's HB2

Tennessee adopts bathroom bill like NC's HB2
 
Tennessee's Republican governor has signed into law a new bill adopted by the state legislature to require bathrooms and locker rooms to be single sex by biology. This bill is similar to North Carolina's former HB2, known as the "bathroom bill" which was in force for about two years until GOP establishment cowards in the leadership caved in to leftwing pressure and repealed it.  Former Governor Pat McCrory was among those who flip-flopped and called for its repeal.  It appears that Tennessee is willing to stand up for common sense and common decency against the Gaystapo.
 
 
In 2016,  Democrats spent lots of money to try to defeat legislative Republcans over HB2 but failed miserably, with the GOP holding its supermajority and even gaining seats.  In 2018, however, after the repeal and the Democrats made ilittle of this as an issue, Republicans lost quite a few establishment GOP seats of those who had backstabbed the GOP base by voting for repeal.  In Mecklenburg County, ground zero for the issue, the only legislative survivor was Senator Dan Bishop, who had stood firm in support of HB2, wjhile all the establishment GOP legislators who had abandoned the party base on the issue went down to defeat.

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