Discrimination Against Discrimination: Why We Don’t Need Anti-Discrimination Laws

from Mises.org

In March of this year, the North Carolina state government passed legislation with at least two controversial components. The law requires that people use bathrooms according to what their birth certificate says regarding sex and it removes legal protections against sexual orientation discrimination at private firms. Government agencies are exempt from this provision, and may still be sued for discrimination regarding sexual orientation. As far as I can tell, private firms may still set their own bathroom policy to be as traditionally binary or progressively fluid as they prefer.

In opposition to the law, numerous musical artists have decided to cancel their North Carolina concerts, and now the NBA has decided to move the All-Star Game from North Carolina. It was scheduled to be hosted in Charlotte next February.

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