Republican leaders in North Carolina are floating a fix to a controversial law that targets the LGBT community.

House Bill 2 has been under fire since it was approved in March during a one-day special session. The law blocks cities from enacting LGBT protections and prohibits transgender people from using the bathroom of their choice in government buildings, including schools.

Passage led to canceled conventions and concerts and even job losses for the state.

According to NBC News, the “fix” would involve creating an official document that recognizes a person's gender reassignment. The document is meant to ease complaints that altering a birth certificate to reflect a person's true gender identity can be difficult.

ACLU of North Carolina's Chris Brook criticized the proposal, saying that it “does nothing to protect LGBT people in North Carolina.”

“Instead, it doubles down on discrimination. The only way to stop the damage caused by HB2 is to fully repeal it once and for all,” he added.

According to the AP, lawmakers are working on a bill that sets aside $500,000 to defend House Bill 2 in court.