North carolina governor approves state first captive law

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lgbt; North Carolina Sued Over Anti-LGBT Law "By singling out LGBT people for disfavored treatment and explicitly writing discrimination against transgender people into state law, H.B. 2 violates the most basic guarantees of equal treatment and the U.S. Constitution," the lawsuit argues.

Feb 08, 2017 · N.C. Court Blocks Attempt By State Lawmakers To Limit Incoming Governor's Power : The Two-Way Judges delayed a law signed by the outgoing governor of North Carolina, who was defeated in November's ... Apr 26, 2015 · States revise captive insurance rules to win business. ... the changes to the state's captive law, which include allowing Montana public entities to set up captives and clarifying that captives ... On March 23, 2016, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed into law the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act (commonly known as House Bill 2). The law states that in government buildings, individuals (such as students at state-operated schools) may only use restrooms and changing facilities that correspond to the sex identified on their birth certificates.

lgbt; North Carolina Sued Over Anti-LGBT Law "By singling out LGBT people for disfavored treatment and explicitly writing discrimination against transgender people into state law, H.B. 2 violates the most basic guarantees of equal treatment and the U.S. Constitution," the lawsuit argues. Candidates for North Carolina races, including governor, Congress and the state legislature, are filing for office. At the federal level, candidate filing opened Dec. 2 for the U.S. Senate seat ... SC Code of Laws The following sections of the South Carolina Code of Laws are commonly referred to as the captive statutes. They are excerpted from Title 38 - Insurance and are the principal provisions of law that apply to captive insurance companies licensed in our state. The South Carolina Department of Insurance has announced that it has adopted a Code of Conduct for captive managers, which Captive Director Jay Branum calls “an absolute first among the over three dozen state domiciles in the U.S. captive marketplace”.