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Two lawsuits challenging the N.C. State Board of Elections’ plans for handling absentee ballots this fall head before a federal judge Thursday, Oct. 8, in Greensboro.
Two lawsuits challenging the N.C. State Board of Elections’ plans for handling absentee ballots this fall head before a federal judge Thursday, Oct. 8, in Greensboro.
 
Judicial Watch announced today the FBI will finally begin processing Andrew McCabe text message for release
Judicial Watch announced today the FBI will finally begin processing Andrew McCabe text message for release
 
A federal court gave North Carolinians who adopted a constitutional amendment requiring voter ID a late lump of coal.
A federal court gave North Carolinians who adopted a constitutional amendment requiring voter ID a late lump of coal.
 
On Friday afternoon, a three-judge federal court panel adopted the recommendations of the expert it selected and folded nine legislative districts into the state's General Assembly maps
On Friday afternoon, a three-judge federal court panel adopted the recommendations of the expert it selected and folded nine legislative districts into the state's General Assembly maps
 
Raleigh attorney Thomas Farr will get his fourth opportunity to serve in eastern North Carolina's federal District Court
Raleigh attorney Thomas Farr will get his fourth opportunity to serve in eastern North Carolina's federal District Court
 
The three-judge federal panel reviewing North Carolina's legislative districts wants to respond quickly to the U.S. Supreme Court, making a 2017 special legislative session possible
The three-judge federal panel reviewing North Carolina's legislative districts wants to respond quickly to the U.S. Supreme Court, making a 2017 special legislative session possible
 
It is a plan out in the open, unconcealed to unless there are those that choose not to see it for it is - obstruction, delay, obfusticate.
It is a plan out in the open, unconcealed to unless there are those that choose not to see it for it is - obstruction, delay, obfusticate.
 
The North Carolina GOP will present evidence in a federal court Monday at 1:00 PM in Greensboro of Democrat voter intimidation...
 
If a three-judge federal court panel does not freeze its order to redraw a new congressional election map by Feb. 19 the result would be voter confusion, inability to protect the integrity of the electoral process, suppressed voter and candidate turnout, and more than $12 million of increased taxpay
If a three-judge federal court panel does not freeze its order to redraw a new congressional election map by Feb. 19 the result would be voter confusion, inability to protect the integrity of the electoral process, suppressed voter and candidate turnout, and more than $12 million of increased taxpay
 
The Fourth Circuit today reinstated same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting ahead of the General Election in November.
The Fourth Circuit today reinstated same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting ahead of the General Election in November.
 
Clinton residents Angela Christina Lainez-Flores and her daughter Karen Mejia filed fraudulent federal tax returns for refunds totaling $1.4 million from...
Clinton residents Angela Christina Lainez-Flores and her daughter Karen Mejia filed fraudulent federal tax returns for refunds totaling $1.4 million from...
 
The law on the Fourth Amendment's protection from unreasonable search and seizures is evolving. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals (which covers North Carolina) ruled last week on what may become a landmark case.
The law on the Fourth Amendment's protection from unreasonable search and seizures is evolving. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals (which covers North Carolina) ruled last week on what may become a landmark case.
 
A Federal appeals court in Washington has ruled that the public has a right to know what jurors put on questionnaires given them during the jury selection process for a criminal trial.
A Federal appeals court in Washington has ruled that the public has a right to know what jurors put on questionnaires given them during the jury selection process for a criminal trial.
 
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