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“...the money continues to flow, regardless of the behavior of the recipients.”
 
The North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission is urging a federal court to reject a preliminary injunction and dismiss a First Amendment lawsuit from state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls.
The North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission is urging a federal court to reject a preliminary injunction and dismiss a First Amendment lawsuit from state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls.
 
State Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit has been reassigned from a judge appointed by former President Barack Obama to a colleague appointed by former President George W. Bush.
State Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit has been reassigned from a judge appointed by former President Barack Obama to a colleague appointed by former President George W. Bush.
 
A judge in Colorado has rejected a challenge filed by a Left-leaning group to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot under the 14th Amendment.
A judge in Colorado has rejected a challenge filed by a Left-leaning group to remove former President Donald Trump from the state’s 2024 presidential primary ballot under the 14th Amendment.
 
A Michigan judge ruled Tuesday that former President Donald Trump can stay on the state’s primary ballot in 2024, dismissing one of several challenges to block a Trump candidacy by using an insurrection clause in the U.S. Constitution.
A Michigan judge ruled Tuesday that former President Donald Trump can stay on the state’s primary ballot in 2024, dismissing one of several challenges to block a Trump candidacy by using an insurrection clause in the U.S. Constitution.
 
State Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls has filed a federal lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission. Earls says the commission is trying to chill her free-speech rights.
State Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls has filed a federal lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission. Earls says the commission is trying to chill her free-speech rights.
 
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham called yet another news conference to announce she was now suspending the First Amendment to silence the heavy criticism she has received for suspending the Second Amendment.
Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham called yet another news conference to announce she was now suspending the First Amendment to silence the heavy criticism she has received for suspending the Second Amendment.
 
A Colorado court heard opening arguments on Monday to determine whether the state can use the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment “insurrection” clause to disqualify former President Donald Trump from appearing on its 2024 presidential election ballots.
A Colorado court heard opening arguments on Monday to determine whether the state can use the U.S. Constitution’s 14th Amendment “insurrection” clause to disqualify former President Donald Trump from appearing on its 2024 presidential election ballots.
 
Two democratically aligned advocacy organizations recently sent a letter to the election boards in ten states, including North Carolina.
Two democratically aligned advocacy organizations recently sent a letter to the election boards in ten states, including North Carolina.
 
An independent news publisher on Monday sued the federal government and a “watchdog” group that touts itself as a media fact-checker, claiming First Amendment violations and defamation.
An independent news publisher on Monday sued the federal government and a “watchdog” group that touts itself as a media fact-checker, claiming First Amendment violations and defamation.
 
With a 10-4 vote, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a request to rehear the case United States v. Brown before the full slate of appellate judges.
With a 10-4 vote, the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals rejected a request to rehear the case United States v. Brown before the full slate of appellate judges.
 
Next month, Ohio voters may effectively legalize all abortion, at any stage of pregnancy and for any reason.
Next month, Ohio voters may effectively legalize all abortion, at any stage of pregnancy and for any reason.
 
A five-year-old lawsuit challenging North Carolina's voter ID and tax cap state constitutional amendments will head to a three-judge panel.
A five-year-old lawsuit challenging North Carolina's voter ID and tax cap state constitutional amendments will head to a three-judge panel.
 
A federal judge will allow a Second Amendment lawsuit to proceed against Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden. The suit challenges the way McFadden addresses mental health checks for concealed handgun permits.
A federal judge will allow a Second Amendment lawsuit to proceed against Mecklenburg County Sheriff Garry McFadden. The suit challenges the way McFadden addresses mental health checks for concealed handgun permits.
 
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the implementation of a Texas law banning “sexually oriented” performances in front of minors.
A federal judge on Tuesday blocked the implementation of a Texas law banning “sexually oriented” performances in front of minors.
 
Women’s Equality Day Commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
 
The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina has tweaked its lawsuit against the state's new anti-riot law. ACLU's amended suit arrived six days after Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill that removed a challenged provision.
The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina has tweaked its lawsuit against the state's new anti-riot law. ACLU's amended suit arrived six days after Gov. Roy Cooper signed a bill that removed a challenged provision.
 
Efforts to remove former President Donald Trump from state ballots in the 2024 election are ramping up nationwide after critics argued the leading Republican contender is constitutionally disqualified from serving as president after he “engaged in insurrection” against the United States.
Efforts to remove former President Donald Trump from state ballots in the 2024 election are ramping up nationwide after critics argued the leading Republican contender is constitutionally disqualified from serving as president after he “engaged in insurrection” against the United States.
 
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger believes invoking the 14th Amendment to prevent former President Donald Trump from seeking a second term in the White House would only reinforce voter grievances about the U.S. election process.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger believes invoking the 14th Amendment to prevent former President Donald Trump from seeking a second term in the White House would only reinforce voter grievances about the U.S. election process.
 
A federal appeals court has ruled that the Biden administration cannot coerce or “significantly encourage” social media companies to censor content, saying that previous actions of the administration had violated the First Amendment.
A federal appeals court has ruled that the Biden administration cannot coerce or “significantly encourage” social media companies to censor content, saying that previous actions of the administration had violated the First Amendment.
 
Critics of North Carolina's new abortion law are drawing a federal judge's attention to new legislation that would tweak the law. They say the new legislation should have no impact on their request for a temporary restraining order.
Critics of North Carolina's new abortion law are drawing a federal judge's attention to new legislation that would tweak the law. They say the new legislation should have no impact on their request for a temporary restraining order.
 
Attorney and law professor Jonathan Turley raised serious legal questions about Special Counsel Jack Smith’s path to convicting former President Donald Trump.
Attorney and law professor Jonathan Turley raised serious legal questions about Special Counsel Jack Smith’s path to convicting former President Donald Trump.
 
A federal judge has blocked a new Illinois law that targets crisis pregnancy centers in the state, saying that it violates the First Amendment.
A federal judge has blocked a new Illinois law that targets crisis pregnancy centers in the state, saying that it violates the First Amendment.
 
Return to the original method of the state legislature electing our senators.
Return to the original method of the state legislature electing our senators.
 
The GOP-led House passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Thursday with key conservative provisions that face long odds in the Democrat-controlled Senate.
The GOP-led House passed the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) on Thursday with key conservative provisions that face long odds in the Democrat-controlled Senate.
 
In regard to your recent "Sound Off" section of the WDN, May 20th issue, an "anonymous caller," whose sole objective was to denigrate a duly elected county commissioner, I wondered what the purpose really was here.
In regard to your recent "Sound Off" section of the WDN, May 20th issue, an "anonymous caller," whose sole objective was to denigrate a duly elected county commissioner, I wondered what the purpose really was here.
 
Taking private property from one owner to convey it to another private owner should be stopped
Taking private property from one owner to convey it to another private owner should be stopped
 
The White House on Tuesday said invoking the 14th Amendment to prevent the U.S. from defaulting on $31 trillion debt won’t solve the national crisis after nearly a dozen left-wing Senators suggested President Joe Biden use such authority.
The White House on Tuesday said invoking the 14th Amendment to prevent the U.S. from defaulting on $31 trillion debt won’t solve the national crisis after nearly a dozen left-wing Senators suggested President Joe Biden use such authority.
 
Democrats in Congress are urging President Joe Biden to consider using the 14th Amendment should debt ceiling talks fail.
Democrats in Congress are urging President Joe Biden to consider using the 14th Amendment should debt ceiling talks fail.
 
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a First Amendment retaliation lawsuit from a fired Mocksville police officer.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected a First Amendment retaliation lawsuit from a fired Mocksville police officer.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has voted 2-1 to affirm the University of North Carolina's decision to fire a Winston-Salem State professor in 2019.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has voted 2-1 to affirm the University of North Carolina's decision to fire a Winston-Salem State professor in 2019.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 41, Guarantee Second Amend[ment] Freedom and Protections, including a pistol purchase permit repeal, Friday.
Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 41, Guarantee Second Amend[ment] Freedom and Protections, including a pistol purchase permit repeal, Friday.
 
On Tuesday, the North Carolina House approved a couple of 2nd Amendment protections and a safe storage initiative in the Judiciary 3 committee.
On Tuesday, the North Carolina House approved a couple of 2nd Amendment protections and a safe storage initiative in the Judiciary 3 committee.
 
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