WATCH: North Carolina House meets to determine future of discriminatory HB2 'bathroom bill'
Washington has warned bills requiring transgender people to use restrooms that match the sex on their birth certificate, violate the constitution (AFP Photo/Mark Ralston)

The North Carolina House is meeting Wednesday morning in a session called by Gov. Pat McCrory to determine whether to repeal HB2, otherwise known as North Carolina's discriminatory "bathroom bill."


McCrory signed the bill — which targets transgender people by requiring all people to use the public restroom associated with their so-called biological sex — earlier this year.

Charlotte City Council members convened Wednesday morning as well and voted to repeal the ordinance, voting 7-2.

You can watch the North Carolina House meeting below.