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Incumbent Justin Burr, who is 32, is running for his sixth term as a state representative in House District 67. In the 2016 primary, he narrowly defeated contender Lane Burris in a two-way race with 51 percent of the vote
Incumbent Justin Burr, who is 32, is running for his sixth term as a state representative in House District 67. In the 2016 primary, he narrowly defeated contender Lane Burris in a two-way race with 51 percent of the vote
 
Last spring, Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanly, filed a bill that would establish new judicial and prosecutorial districts throughout the state and specify the number of judges and prosecutors for each While House Bill 717 didnít come to a vote during the regular session
Last spring, Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanly, filed a bill that would establish new judicial and prosecutorial districts throughout the state and specify the number of judges and prosecutors for each While House Bill 717 didnít come to a vote during the regular session
 
Representative Justin Burr obviously has a burr under his saddle, almost single-handedly leading an effort to redistrict the judicial and prosecutorial districts in our state
Representative Justin Burr obviously has a burr under his saddle, almost single-handedly leading an effort to redistrict the judicial and prosecutorial districts in our state
 
State Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanly, characterized North Carolinians' right to work as a freedom so cherished that it was vital to strengthen it from a state law to inclusion in the state constitution
State Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanly, characterized North Carolinians' right to work as a freedom so cherished that it was vital to strengthen it from a state law to inclusion in the state constitution
 
The state's second highest court has rejected an attempt by the General Assembly to specify the sole organization that can provide the training that's required of bail bondsmen. In its ruling, the N.C. Court of Appeals held that the 2012 law ran afoul of a provision in the state constitution prohibi
The state's second highest court has rejected an attempt by the General Assembly to specify the sole organization that can provide the training that's required of bail bondsmen. In its ruling, the N.C. Court of Appeals held that the 2012 law ran afoul of a provision in the state constitution prohibi
 
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