Carolina Journal by Video: CCLXXXIX - The Debrief: Veto overrides update, cutting waiting lists for charter schools, & changes for UNC | Eastern North Carolina Now

This week on “The Debrief”:

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    This week on "The Debrief":

    * A record 6 gubernatorial vetoes are overridden in one day by the state legislature. The bills becoming law are generating strong opinions on both sides of the aisle; common-sense to Republicans, accusations of mean-spirited from Democrats.

    * New laws could cut down on long waiting lists for in-demand charter school programs.

    * Students head back to campus this week, as UNC schools adjust to the U.S. Supreme Court decision banning race-based admissions.

    * An elections bill from the state legislature bans private money in administering elections, sets election day ballot deadlines, and more as the 2024 campaigns get off the ground.

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