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Data may have been queried and/or altered in the 2020 Election. Why else would this code be there if not to be used?
Data may have been queried and/or altered in the 2020 Election. Why else would this code be there if not to be used?
 
NC's disorganized and confusing criminal code creates havoc for some people encountering the system
 
The high price tag leaves a bad taste for some
The high price tag leaves a bad taste for some
 
Late Friday night, Cal Cunningham admitted to at least sexting the wife of an enlisted service member almost immediately, drawing comparisons with the notorious John Edwards sex scandals.
Late Friday night, Cal Cunningham admitted to at least sexting the wife of an enlisted service member almost immediately, drawing comparisons with the notorious John Edwards sex scandals.
 
Ryan Ellis writes for the Washington Examiner about congressional Democrats’ latest efforts to secure their Green New Deal.
Ryan Ellis writes for the Washington Examiner about congressional Democrats’ latest efforts to secure their Green New Deal.
 
North Carolina just earned its 12th green-light rating for campus free speech.
 
North Carolina can distinguish itself by cleaning up its criminal code. A pair of national experts offered that assessment during a recent visit to Raleigh.
North Carolina can distinguish itself by cleaning up its criminal code. A pair of national experts offered that assessment during a recent visit to Raleigh.
 
On Thursday October 24 at 6:30 PM the Beaufort County Republican Executive Committee will nominate the person to fill the unexpired term of Gary Brinn.
On Thursday October 24 at 6:30 PM the Beaufort County Republican Executive Committee will nominate the person to fill the unexpired term of Gary Brinn.
 
If North Carolina’s nebulous criminal code isn’t confusing enough, the “elephant” metaphors lawmakers use to describe them are even less enlightening.
If North Carolina’s nebulous criminal code isn’t confusing enough, the “elephant” metaphors lawmakers use to describe them are even less enlightening.
 
A nosy neighbor called the Minneapolis Health Department (MHD) on a teenager’s hot dog stand. Thankfully, health inspectors didn’t shut the stand down
A nosy neighbor called the Minneapolis Health Department (MHD) on a teenager’s hot dog stand. Thankfully, health inspectors didn’t shut the stand down
 
North Carolina’s criminal code is a muddled, archaic monstrosity. The laws that govern criminal behavior are often unclear, encouraging senseless litigation and allowing bad actors to slip through the cracks.
North Carolina’s criminal code is a muddled, archaic monstrosity. The laws that govern criminal behavior are often unclear, encouraging senseless litigation and allowing bad actors to slip through the cracks.
 
This year, Coles and the trafficking commission have introduced statewide legislation that, among many other things, would provide post-conviction relief for survivors who are charged with minor crimes while being trafficked
This year, Coles and the trafficking commission have introduced statewide legislation that, among many other things, would provide post-conviction relief for survivors who are charged with minor crimes while being trafficked
 
Written in 1903, the University of Texas fight song's opening lyrics are "The Eyes of Texas are upon you/All the livelong day." Unfortunately, for many on campus, the sentiments expressed are more than just a catchy tune-it's a frightening reality
Written in 1903, the University of Texas fight song's opening lyrics are "The Eyes of Texas are upon you/All the livelong day." Unfortunately, for many on campus, the sentiments expressed are more than just a catchy tune-it's a frightening reality
 
Fake Frankie Waters, also known as King Frankie and Zip Code Waters was the guest speaker at the September 27 Beaufort County Republican Club meeting which was held at La Bella's Italian Restaurant.
Fake Frankie Waters, also known as King Frankie and Zip Code Waters was the guest speaker at the September 27 Beaufort County Republican Club meeting which was held at La Bella's Italian Restaurant.
 
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
Two viewpoints on free speech have been key in expanding or restricting speech. But for the future, a third viewpoint would be a better guiding light.
 
Wealthy North Carolinians pay a higher share of their incomes in taxes than do middle-income North Carolinians, who in turn have a higher effective tax rate than the poor
Wealthy North Carolinians pay a higher share of their incomes in taxes than do middle-income North Carolinians, who in turn have a higher effective tax rate than the poor
 
Once upon a time there was a former banker who decided he would run for a public office.
Once upon a time there was a former banker who decided he would run for a public office.
 
Colleges are using a new tool with the frightening potential to shut down open dialogue. They go by the benign-sounding name of "bias response teams."
Colleges are using a new tool with the frightening potential to shut down open dialogue. They go by the benign-sounding name of "bias response teams."
 
Last month, I wrote about Session Law 2018-69: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group, which had just been unanimously approved by both houses of the North Carolina General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Cooper.
Last month, I wrote about Session Law 2018-69: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group, which had just been unanimously approved by both houses of the North Carolina General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Cooper.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed a bill into law that begins cleaning up North Carolina's criminal code
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed a bill into law that begins cleaning up North Carolina's criminal code
 
Two weeks ago, both houses of the N.C. General Assembly voted unanimously to approve House Bill 379: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group
Two weeks ago, both houses of the N.C. General Assembly voted unanimously to approve House Bill 379: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group
 
Last week, both chambers of the N.C. General Assembly unanimously approved House Bill 379: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group
Last week, both chambers of the N.C. General Assembly unanimously approved House Bill 379: An Act to Assist the Criminal Law Recodification Working Group
 
A bill to begin overhauling North Carolina's criminal code is one step closer to passage
 
District Court Judge Pell Cooper, Gov. Roy Cooper's brother, manages three businesses - an apparent violation of state judicial rules designed to prevent conflicts of interest by judges. In 2009, state officials forced another district court judge who refused to leave two corporate boards to resign
District Court Judge Pell Cooper, Gov. Roy Cooper's brother, manages three businesses - an apparent violation of state judicial rules designed to prevent conflicts of interest by judges. In 2009, state officials forced another district court judge who refused to leave two corporate boards to resign
 
Some North Carolina lawmakers are looking to simplify the state's complex criminal code
Some North Carolina lawmakers are looking to simplify the state's complex criminal code
 
In the N.C. Senate Judiciary Committee today, Andy Wells (R-42) introduced an important and valuable piece of legislation in the form a proposed committee substitute for House Bill 379
In the N.C. Senate Judiciary Committee today, Andy Wells (R-42) introduced an important and valuable piece of legislation in the form a proposed committee substitute for House Bill 379
 
In mid-February, the Charlotte Observer ran a long piece about “The little-known trend that’s hurting housing affordability in Charlotte.”
In mid-February, the Charlotte Observer ran a long piece about “The little-known trend that’s hurting housing affordability in Charlotte.”
 
North Carolina's criminal statutes are bloated but not beyond repair, a top legal expert says
North Carolina's criminal statutes are bloated but not beyond repair, a top legal expert says
 
Located just north of Atlanta, Kennesaw State University is a school enrolling some 35,000 students. Arguably, the most noteworthy thing about it is the fact that its officials keep making decisions that land it in court
Located just north of Atlanta, Kennesaw State University is a school enrolling some 35,000 students. Arguably, the most noteworthy thing about it is the fact that its officials keep making decisions that land it in court
 
A couple of weeks ago, I argued that North Carolina’s legislature should “one-up” Congress and the Trump administration when it comes to tax reform by abolishing the state’s capital gains tax.
A couple of weeks ago, I argued that North Carolina’s legislature should “one-up” Congress and the Trump administration when it comes to tax reform by abolishing the state’s capital gains tax.
 
In early December 2017, as Congress was debating changes to the nation's tax code, U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) gave one of the more hyperbolic quotes of the year
In early December 2017, as Congress was debating changes to the nation's tax code, U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) gave one of the more hyperbolic quotes of the year
 
I met a long lost old friend at Juniors Bagels. While in the men's room to freshen up, I noticed myself unshaven and disheveled in the mirror
I met a long lost old friend at Juniors Bagels. While in the men's room to freshen up, I noticed myself unshaven and disheveled in the mirror
 
In 1921, men believed that women would appear sexy if skin was exposed. We know better today that a man can control himself among scantly clothed co-workers. Teenage boys can read Playboy for the informative articles.
In 1921, men believed that women would appear sexy if skin was exposed. We know better today that a man can control himself among scantly clothed co-workers. Teenage boys can read Playboy for the informative articles.
 
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors is one step closer to adopting rules that protect First Amendment rights on UNC campuses
The University of North Carolina Board of Governors is one step closer to adopting rules that protect First Amendment rights on UNC campuses
 
Move over, piano teachers. Take the bench, soccer coaches. Computer coding is on the rise as an after-school activity for Raleigh's K-12 students
Move over, piano teachers. Take the bench, soccer coaches. Computer coding is on the rise as an after-school activity for Raleigh's K-12 students
 
Yesterday evening President Trump visited Indiana to present his plan on tax reform
Yesterday evening President Trump visited Indiana to present his plan on tax reform
 
A university president recently addressed his campus community about an incident that had shaken his Wisconsin school
A university president recently addressed his campus community about an incident that had shaken his Wisconsin school
 
Having American Talk Show Hosts, all core Democrats, who were captivated by the Obamas; fawning over their every action, explaining their corruption to the rest of us as normal, so we could understand its New Age relevance to a Liberals' moral code, now call for President Donald Trump's removal.
Having American Talk Show Hosts, all core Democrats, who were captivated by the Obamas; fawning over their every action, explaining their corruption to the rest of us as normal, so we could understand its New Age relevance to a Liberals' moral code, now call for President Donald Trump's removal.
 
The excuse we have often heard for raucous campus protests over the last few years is that they are justified as a way of countering the "violence" of speakers like Milo Yiannopoulos and Charles Murray
The excuse we have often heard for raucous campus protests over the last few years is that they are justified as a way of countering the "violence" of speakers like Milo Yiannopoulos and Charles Murray
 
This year, lawmakers passed a controversial law protecting campus speech. Now it's up to the UNC Board of Governors to move things forward
This year, lawmakers passed a controversial law protecting campus speech. Now it's up to the UNC Board of Governors to move things forward
 
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