Tag: Judiciary

    A Victory at the North Carolina Supreme Court

    From the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce We write for the second time in as many business days to again promote the work of the...

    An Emotional Day on the House Floor as the General Assembly Begins the Short Session

    by CLC Staff Today begins the 'Short Session' of the North Carolina General Assembly's 156th Biennium. The General Assembly meets for a two-year term in...

    Governor’s ‘Illogical’ Pandemic Rules for Bars Violated N.C. Constitution, Appeals Court Rules

    By Gary D. Robertson, North Carolina politics reporter for the Associated Press appearing in The Washington Times North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper's orders during the COVID-19 pandemic...

    Can You Hear the Drums, Leandro?

    by CLC staff On February 22, the North Carolina Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the latest round of litigation in the so-called Leandro case....

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    North Carolina House Majority Leader John Bell on Citizens-Only Voting

    By NC House Majority Leader John Bell and appearing...

    North Carolina’s May County and Area Unemployment Figures Released

    From the North Carolina Department of Commerce Unemployment rates (not...

    We Hold These Truths to be Self-Evident

    IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declarationof the thirteen...

    Masked Activists Violently Attack Jews at West Asheville Library

    By Peter Reitzes for The Algemeiner Three pro-Israel attendees of...