State bans on local anti-discrimination laws in the United States
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State bans on local anti-discrimination laws in the United States are anti-LGBT state laws that prohibit local cities and counties from enacting, with the exception of public employment, anti-discrimination laws that are not covered by statewide anti-discrimination laws. The first state to enact such a law was Tennessee in 2011.
List of state bans on local anti-discrimination laws
- Tennessee (2011): Equal Access to Intrastate Commerce Act
- Arkansas (2015): Intrastate Commerce Improvement Act
- North Carolina (2016): Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act
- North Carolina (2017): House Bill 142