RALEIGH, North Carolina (WTVD) — It’s been one year since House Bill 2 became the most famous – and infamous – piece of legislation in North Carolina.

The controversial law gained national attention for requiring ransgender people to use multi-stall restrooms in public buildings that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates and blocks expansion of LGBT rights in local ordinances and state law.

Since passing, a lot has happened.

The state has seen economic boycotts, national protests, the loss of college and pro sports events and ultimately a change in governorship, all of which can be traced back to the so-called “bathroom bill.”

Governor Roy Coopers has repeatedly talked about the urgency to repeal HB2.

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Both parties say they’re willing to negotiate a repeal, but can’t seem to agree on a compromise even one year after the controversial law was passed.

The latest attempt to repeal HB2 comes from a Democrat pitching an old idea from Republicans.

RELATED: Will old idea win HB2 repeal?

Senate Bill 332 proposes a full repeal of the law plus a 30-day “cooling off” period after the legislature adjourns this summer.

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