Activists say the replacement bill still doesn't do enough to protect the LGBTQ community.
The Associated Press's new analysis tallied up every major project that's been canceled in the state specifically because of HB2.
"People are reluctant to hire me, because, 'Oh my gosh, he's a bigot,'" former North Carolina governor Pat McCrory said.
The Republican Party in North Carolina is stripping the powers of the governor's office away in advance of a Democrat taking over the role, a last-minute move that has many in the state crying foul.
North Carolina Pat McCrory is refusing to concede, and amid allegations of voter fraud some are speculating that he wants the state legislature to overturn the election results.
Governor Pat McCrory continues to fight for anti-trans "bathroom bills" while North Carolina battles with the devastating effects of Hurricane Matthew—despite resistance on local and national levels.
Between court costs, lost tourism revenue, and company boycotts, HB2 has cost the state an estimated $395 million since it was passed in March.
Around the US, lawmakers have pushed anti-LGBT legislation similar to North Carolina's "bathroom bill" by stoking fears about transgender Americans.
The state is accused of violating civil rights law and could lose millions.
According to one major porn purveyor's internal numbers, states like Mississippi and North Carolina can't seem to get enough of a certain type of porn.
Critics of the law say it could prevent whistleblowers from reporting abuse in nursing home facilities or health and safety violations in the agricultural sector.