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.