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Too many North Carolinians lack confidence in our courts, according to a recently concluded 15-month study initiated by Mark Martin, Chief Justice of our state Supreme Court
Too many North Carolinians lack confidence in our courts, according to a recently concluded 15-month study initiated by Mark Martin, Chief Justice of our state Supreme Court
 
Another day, another veto override vote went against Gov. Roy Cooper
 
Statement on overridden veto of House Bill 100, attributable to Ford Porter, Press Secretary for Governor Roy Cooper
Statement on overridden veto of House Bill 100, attributable to Ford Porter, Press Secretary for Governor Roy Cooper
 
Today Republicans in the State Senate voted House Bill 100 into law, which restores Party affiliation to the ballot for judicial elections, despite Governor Roy Cooper's veto of the bill last week
Today Republicans in the State Senate voted House Bill 100 into law, which restores Party affiliation to the ballot for judicial elections, despite Governor Roy Cooper's veto of the bill last week
 
Gov. Roy Cooper’s first veto would block a bill to restore party labels to N.C. judicial elections. Cooper’s office announced the veto of House Bill 100 Thursday afternoon
Gov. Roy Cooper’s first veto would block a bill to restore party labels to N.C. judicial elections. Cooper’s office announced the veto of House Bill 100 Thursday afternoon
 
Today, Governor Cooper signed a veto of House Bill 100
 
A recent issue of Raleigh’s News & Observer featured an opinion-page piece titled “Keep politics off the bench.” It started with one of the silliest declarations one could find in an op-ed attempting to make a serious argument
A recent issue of Raleigh’s News & Observer featured an opinion-page piece titled “Keep politics off the bench.” It started with one of the silliest declarations one could find in an op-ed attempting to make a serious argument
 
This week's Bad Bill of the Week is a repeat offender. House Bill 100 Healthy Families & Workplaces/Paid Sick Days, sponsored by Reps. Alma Adams (D-Guilford) and Larry Hall (D-Durham), would criminalize voluntary work agreements between workers and employers.
This week's Bad Bill of the Week is a repeat offender. House Bill 100 Healthy Families & Workplaces/Paid Sick Days, sponsored by Reps. Alma Adams (D-Guilford) and Larry Hall (D-Durham), would criminalize voluntary work agreements between workers and employers.
 
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