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 Bruce Springsteen Boycotts North Carolina Show Over Controversial Bathroom Law


ABC's Ron Claiborne reports on the backlash over North Carolina's controversial HB2 law.


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There you see protestors at the doorstep of the Mississippi governor this week, taking on a new state law allowing businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds, Mississippi is the latest state enacted this kind of law on the heels of a similar effort in North Carolina which also requires transgender individuals to use public bathrooms according to the biological gender on their birth certificate. Supporters say these laws are preserving religious liberty and decency, opponents insist they promote discrimination, we'll take on that debate after this report from Ron Claiborne.
B often belts out that he was born to run, this week North Carolina is the place he is running from, Bruce Springsteen cancelling a concert there, protesting the state's new law, specifying that sex on the birth certificate determines which bathroom facilities can be used, discriminate against transgender people, saying in a statement Somethings are more important than a rock show, and this fight against prejudice and bigotry is one of them. For band guitarist Steven Van Zandt the boycott wasn't a hard decision.
You've got to hurt people economically to have them do the right thing morally.
North Carolina is just one state that has enacted so called religious freedom laws, following the US supreme court's decision permitting gay marriage in 2015, Mississippi is the most recent.
Honest people who have a legitimate objection to what's going on, a religious objection have a course of action now.
Many of the laws allow businesses to refuse service on religious grounds to gay or transgender people, restrict local communities from passing anti-descrimination laws and specify who can use which bathroom facilities, according to the human rights campaign, nearly 200 variations of these bills in 34 states have been introduced since last summer, in response big businesses have reacted decisively, more than 120 businesses including Intel, Uber and Youtube calling on North Carolina to repeal its new law.
Georgia is a welcoming state.
In neighboring Georgia the governor vetoed a similar legislation there after boycotts were threatened.
I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith based community in Georgia.
But with new laws being enacted, this latest battle in the cultural wars has now headed back to the courts.
For this week Ron Claiborne, ABC News, New York.




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And there you see protestors at the door of the Mississippi governor this week, taking on a new state law allowing businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on religious grounds. Mississippi, the latest state enact this kind of this law on the heels of the similar effort of North Carolina which also requires transgender individuals to use public bathrooms according to the biological gender on their birth certificate. Supporters say these laws are preserving religious liberty and decency. Opponents insist they promote discrimination. We are gonna take on that debate after this report from Ron Claiborne.

Bruce often belts out that he was burn to run. This week North Carolina is the place he’s running from, Bruce Springsteen cancelling a concert there, protesting at the state new law, specifying that sex on a birth certificate determines which bathroom facilities can be used discriminate against transgender people, saying in a statement: “Some things are more important than a rock show and this fight against prejudice and bigotry…is one of them.” For band guitarist Steven Van Zandt the boycott wasn't a hard decision.

“You are gonna hurt people economically to have them do the right thing morally.”

North Carolina is just one state that has enacted so-called religious freedom laws, following the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision permitting gay marriage in 2015. Mississippi is the most recent.

“Honest people, who have a legitimate objection to what’s going on -- a religious objection, have a course of action now.”

Many of the laws allow businesses to refuse service on religious grounds to gay or transgender people. Restrict local communities from passing anti-discrimination laws and specify who can use which bathroom facilities. According to the Human Rights Campaign, nearly 200 variations of these bills in 34 states have been introduced since last summer. In response, big businesses have reacted decisively, more than 120 businesses including Intel, Uber and YouTube calling on North Carolina to repeal its new law.

“Georgia is a welcoming state.”

In neighboring Georgia, the governor vetoed a similar legislation there after boycotts were threatened.

“I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith-based community in Georgia.”

But with new laws being enacted, this latest battle in the cultural wars is now headed back to the court.

For this week, Ron Claiborne, ABC News, New York.
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and there you see protestors at the doors of the Mississipi governor this week, taking
on a new state law allowing businesses to refuse service to gays and lesbians on
religious grounds, Mississipi, the latest state enact this kind of law on the heel of
the similiar effort of north carolina which also requires transgender individuals to
use public bathroom according to their biological gender on their birth certificate.
supporters says these laws are preserving religious liberty and decency. opponents
insist they promoto decrimination, we are gonna take on that debate after this report
from Ron Clairebone.

"Bruce often belts out that he was burn to run, this week north carolina is the place
he is running from, Bruce SpringSten cancelling a concert there, protesting at the
state new law, specifying that sex on the birth certificate determine which bathroom
facilities can be used discriminate against transgender people, saying in a statement,
something is more important than a rock show and this fight against prejudice and
bigotry??, is one of them, for band guitarist Steven Van Zant, the boycott wasn't
a hard decision"

"you are gonna hurt people economically to have them to do the right thing morally"

North Carolina is just one state that has enacted so-called religious freedom laws,
following the U.S supreme Court's decision permitting gay marriage 2015, Mississipi
is the most recent.

"honst people who have a legitimate objection to what's going on, -- a religious
objection, have a course of action now"

many of the laws allow businesses to refuse service on religious ground to gay or
transgender people. restrict local communities from passing anti-discrimination
laws and specify who can use which bathroom facilities, according to the human
rights compaign, nearly 200 variations of these bills in 34 states have been
introduced since last summer, in response, big businesses have reacted decisively,
more than 120 businesses including intel, uber and Youtube calling on North carolina
to repeal its new law.

"Georgia is welcoming state"

in neighboring Georgia, the governor vetoed a similiar legislation there after a
boycotts were threatened.

"I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to protect the faith
-based community in Georgia"

but with new laws being enacted, this lastest battle in the culture wars is now headed
back to court.

For this week, Ron Claireborne ABC news, New York.
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