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Felon voting supporters are urging the N.C. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in their case in October or November.
Felon voting supporters are urging the N.C. Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in their case in October or November.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Oct. 3 in a case involving voter ID, followed by an Oct. 4 hearing on disputed statewide election maps.
The N.C. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Oct. 3 in a case involving voter ID, followed by an Oct. 4 hearing on disputed statewide election maps.
 
We've got some insane literature for you to read that will BLOW YOUR MIND! For example, did you know that sharing is caring? It's true! Therefore, socialism!
We've got some insane literature for you to read that will BLOW YOUR MIND! For example, did you know that sharing is caring? It's true! Therefore, socialism!
 
The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Leandro case on August 31
The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Leandro case on August 31
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
Students have a right to a sound basic education. It is hard to argue with that. But who decides what that looks like in a 2022 action plan for today and tomorrow’s N.C. school kids?
Students have a right to a sound basic education. It is hard to argue with that. But who decides what that looks like in a 2022 action plan for today and tomorrow’s N.C. school kids?
 
Supporters of felon voting in North Carolina submitted their opening written arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court. The court's decision could affect 56,000 potential voters.
Supporters of felon voting in North Carolina submitted their opening written arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court. The court's decision could affect 56,000 potential voters.
 
The Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court Aug. 31 for oral arguments. The case dates back to 1994.
The Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court Aug. 31 for oral arguments. The case dates back to 1994.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court agrees to extend oral arguments in the Leandro case from 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
The N.C. Supreme Court agrees to extend oral arguments in the Leandro case from 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
 
Legislative leaders and Leandro plaintiffs offer contrasting arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court in the latest stage of the long-running education funding lawsuit.
Legislative leaders and Leandro plaintiffs offer contrasting arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court in the latest stage of the long-running education funding lawsuit.
 
Top N.C. legislative leaders have filed arguments against a court-imposed congressional map, even though they want to drop their appeal against the map.
Top N.C. legislative leaders have filed arguments against a court-imposed congressional map, even though they want to drop their appeal against the map.
 
In a party-line 4-3 split, Democrats on the N.C. Supreme Court agreed to hear a redistricting dispute as early as Oct. 3.
In a party-line 4-3 split, Democrats on the N.C. Supreme Court agreed to hear a redistricting dispute as early as Oct. 3.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments during the week of Aug. 29 in the long-running Leandro school funding case.
The N.C. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments during the week of Aug. 29 in the long-running Leandro school funding case.
 
Kevin Williamson of National Review Online rebuts critics of his earlier writing on protecting the democratic process.
Kevin Williamson of National Review Online rebuts critics of his earlier writing on protecting the democratic process.
 
No crisis like COVID is accelerating a greater demand for school choice in North Carolina.
 
Kevin Hassett warns at National Review Online about an argument that’s likely to emerge from a Joe Biden administration.
Kevin Hassett warns at National Review Online about an argument that’s likely to emerge from a Joe Biden administration.
 
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) in the case California v. Texas.
On Tuesday, the Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments on a challenge to the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) in the case California v. Texas.
 
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Tuesday regarding whether congress can subpoena eight years of President Donald Trump’s personal financial records, including tax returns.
The Supreme Court is set to hear oral arguments on Tuesday regarding whether congress can subpoena eight years of President Donald Trump’s personal financial records, including tax returns.
 
Before mounting a defense in the Common Cause v. Lewis partisan gerrymandering trial, one lawmaker has issued a news release hinting at arguments he and fellow defendants are likely to make.
Before mounting a defense in the Common Cause v. Lewis partisan gerrymandering trial, one lawmaker has issued a news release hinting at arguments he and fellow defendants are likely to make.
 
Opponents of measures that would relax North Carolina’s arcane — punitive, even — ABC laws are running out of new arguments, which are becoming more pervasive, more hard-edged.
Opponents of measures that would relax North Carolina’s arcane — punitive, even — ABC laws are running out of new arguments, which are becoming more pervasive, more hard-edged.
 
As I listened Tuesday to a N.C. House committee discuss an alcohol bill, I thought about how America debated the 18th Amendment.
As I listened Tuesday to a N.C. House committee discuss an alcohol bill, I thought about how America debated the 18th Amendment.
 
In modern discussions (usually arguments) rebuttals don't have to make sense.
 
I have never known a book author to give a critical review an A grade, which would amount to saying, "Yes, my work was entirely off base." Professor Lazere writes that he would give my review only a "C" but I don't think his reply above shows my analysis to have been erroneous in any way...
I have never known a book author to give a critical review an A grade, which would amount to saying, "Yes, my work was entirely off base." Professor Lazere writes that he would give my review only a "C" but I don't think his reply above shows my analysis to have been erroneous in any way...
 
Law school enrollment is declining at a marked rate. New American Bar Association figures show that last fall's first-year law student enrollment was 24 percent below the all-time high registered in 2010. There hasn't been a smaller entering class since 1975. Slowly but surely, it seems, Americans a
Law school enrollment is declining at a marked rate. New American Bar Association figures show that last fall's first-year law student enrollment was 24 percent below the all-time high registered in 2010. There hasn't been a smaller entering class since 1975. Slowly but surely, it seems, Americans a
 
In an interview, Tillis said the two chambers need to breach a "philosophical" divide - one that may take days, if not longer, to reconcile.
In an interview, Tillis said the two chambers need to breach a "philosophical" divide - one that may take days, if not longer, to reconcile.
 
The Civitas Institute called for the American people to redouble their efforts to overthrow the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling today that upheld most of the law, putting the U.S. health care system largely under federal control.
The Civitas Institute called for the American people to redouble their efforts to overthrow the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling today that upheld most of the law, putting the U.S. health care system largely under federal control.
 
Oral arguments have ended before the Supreme Court regarding Obamacare. Perhaps significantly, Justice Kennedy, the Court's notorious swing vote, appeared to be very concerned about the status of young people with respect to the healthcare bill.
Oral arguments have ended before the Supreme Court regarding Obamacare. Perhaps significantly, Justice Kennedy, the Court's notorious swing vote, appeared to be very concerned about the status of young people with respect to the healthcare bill.
 
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