Legislators try to stop gender-neutral housing plan

by Kirsten Chang

Some North Carolina leaders want to stop UNC’s new gender-neutral housing program before it even starts.

Starting this fall, the program will allow students of different genders to live together on campus. It’s especially a priority for students who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer.

But under a bill introduced in the state legislature this week, it wouldn’t happen at all.


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