North Carolina Is Suing the Department of Justice over a Challenge to the Bathroom Law

‘The Department’s position is a baseless and blatant overreach,’ the suit, filed in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of North Carolina, says

“North Carolina’s governor is now announcing he will sue the U.S. Department of Justice to challenge the controversial restroom law. Accused to the Department of Justice of called radical reinterpretation of the Civil Rights Act of 1954, 51 years ago. North Carolina also says that the DOJ position on the state’s law is a, quote, ‘baseless and blatant overreach.’"

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