Ohio Gov. John Kasich, during an appearance on Face The Nation, said he probably wouldn't have signed North Carolina's hate law which legalizes discrimination against LGBTs.
He added that "we are not having this issue in our state" in terms of religious freedoms being hampered.
Kasich avoided getting into the specifics of the “bathroom” bill, which––in addition to rejecting anti-discrimination law––demands that everyone must use the bathroom of the gender on their birth certificate.
He complained, “Why do we need to write a law every time we turn around in this country?”, and said, “Chill out, get over it if you have a disagreement with somebody.” (It’s not clear if he was specifically referring to the people behind the anti-trans legislation.)