A study from the Texas Association of Business found that Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's proposed transgender bathroom bill could cost the state's economy $8.5 billion a year and put 185,000 jobs at risk.
"It’s like ESPN-O-R-T-H Korea, is what it’s turning into over there,” Miller joked.
“If it is challenged, I’m not going to risk any money for the state of North Carolina,” he told Chris Wallace.
One Tennessee pastor had some sharp words for Target, after the corporation announced a new policy that would allow transgender people to use the bathroom that they say corresponds with their gender identity.
Charles Krauthammer said that Republicans in North Carolina's legislature are the ones who decided to make an issue out of transgender people and public bathrooms.