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Winners of a recent trial court ruling on voting rights for felons want the N.C. Supreme Court to take up the case. The ruling could affect 56,000 felons who have completed active prison time.
Winners of a recent trial court ruling on voting rights for felons want the N.C. Supreme Court to take up the case. The ruling could affect 56,000 felons who have completed active prison time.
 
2-1 Superior Court decision to grant voting rights to felons server probation or parole will likely be appealed
2-1 Superior Court decision to grant voting rights to felons server probation or parole will likely be appealed
 
State legislative leaders want the N.C. Court of Appeals to block a ruling that could add 56,000 felons to the stateís voting rolls.
State legislative leaders want the N.C. Court of Appeals to block a ruling that could add 56,000 felons to the stateís voting rolls.
 
A three-judge Superior Court panel has ruled, 2-1, that felons who have completed their prison sentences in North Carolina must be permitted to vote.
A three-judge Superior Court panel has ruled, 2-1, that felons who have completed their prison sentences in North Carolina must be permitted to vote.
 
Donna King, Carolina Journal editor-in-chief, discusses a Superior Court ruling that would give voting rights to all N.C. felons who have completed active prison time.
Donna King, Carolina Journal editor-in-chief, discusses a Superior Court ruling that would give voting rights to all N.C. felons who have completed active prison time.
 
Felons who registered to vote in North Carolina during an 11-day window between recent court rulings will be allowed to vote in upcoming elections. The state Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of those quick-acting prospective voters.
Felons who registered to vote in North Carolina during an 11-day window between recent court rulings will be allowed to vote in upcoming elections. The state Supreme Court ruled Friday in favor of those quick-acting prospective voters.
 
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
 
The Supreme Court on Thursday let stand a lower court ruling that could strip voting eligibility from up to 1 million Florida felons who have completed their sentences but have yet to pay outstanding fines, restitution and other fees.
The Supreme Court on Thursday let stand a lower court ruling that could strip voting eligibility from up to 1 million Florida felons who have completed their sentences but have yet to pay outstanding fines, restitution and other fees.
 
Should a convicted felon who has not completed his or her full sentence be allowed to vote? The North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) thinks so.
Should a convicted felon who has not completed his or her full sentence be allowed to vote? The North Carolina National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) thinks so.
 
Americans have a constitutional right to bear arms or, in modern language, to own and keep guns.
 
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