A law passed in North Carolina last year to restrict access to restrooms based on birth-certificate gender instead of gender identity prompted a large epidemiology conference to move to Boise.
A law passed in North Carolina last year to restrict access to restrooms based on birth-certificate gender instead of gender identity prompted a large epidemiology conference to move to Boise. Chris Carlson AP
A law passed in North Carolina last year to restrict access to restrooms based on birth-certificate gender instead of gender identity prompted a large epidemiology conference to move to Boise. Chris Carlson AP

After N.C. enacted its bathroom law, this $2.5 million event moved to Boise

April 07, 2017 2:58 PM