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North Carolina's adoption of the notorious HB2 "bathroom bill," a preposterously unenforceable and shockingly ignorant anti-trans law, prompted a high-profile boycott backlash costing the state $300 million or more. PayPal cancelled a new facility that would have created 400 jobs. Bruce Springsteen cancelled a concert appearance. A number of conferences and meetings have been relocated to other states.
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