WATCH: Local transgender individuals ask NC GA to leave LGBT non-discrimination ordinance alone

Local transgender individuals have come together to ask the North Carolina General Assembly not to override Charlotte’s LGBT non-discrimination ordinance, which allows trans people to use the bathroom and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity, among other protections.

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The GA is meeting today to take on the ordinance, as well as minimum wage and employment discrimination, both of which would now be left exclusively to the state to decide.

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Jeff Taylor is a journalist and artist. In addition to QNotes, his work has appeared in publications such The Charlotte Observer, Creative Loafing Charlotte, Inside Lacrosse, and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. He graduated from the State University of New York at Brockport and has lived in Charlotte since 2006.@jefftaylorhuman.