Transgender bill won't move this year in North Carolina, Senate leader says
Legislation that would have required teachers to inform on students won't get a floor vote, Senate leadership says.Posted — Updated
"We do not see a pathway to Senate Bill 514 becoming law," said Pat Ryan, spokesman for Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger.
That may be because of the potential for Gov. Roy Cooper to veto the measure if it passed the Republican-controlled General Assembly, which doesn't have the numbers to overturn the governor's vetoes,
That bill got a hearing in the North Carolina House last week but hasn't yet gotten a committee vote, leaving it a long legislative path to become law.
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