Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and Republican lawmakers repealed one anti-transgender law and replaced it with another.
Support fractured after the Senate pushed a measure that would also suspend new local LGBT laws.
The Charlotte City Council repealed its LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance on Monday morning with the understanding that state officials would act in turn.
Roy Cooper will assume office next year, but the Republican-held legislature passed a series of bills Friday to diminish the power of the governor before he takes office.
Nearly a month after the election, Pat McCrory has conceded he lost to his Democratic rival.
His Democratic opponent's campaign says the governor is in denial and should concede.
They're hoping to defeat the state's anti-LGBT governor (and Donald Trump, too).
Following a lawsuit against the state by national LGBT groups, Attorney General Roy Cooper called the law a "national embarrassment."