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The American Legislative Exchange Council just released its 2022 “Rich States, Poor States” report.
The American Legislative Exchange Council just released its 2022 “Rich States, Poor States” report.
 
Legislative leaders want the full 15-member Appeals Court, with 10 Republicans and five Democrats, to reconsider a 2-1 split ruling on felon voting.
Legislative leaders want the full 15-member Appeals Court, with 10 Republicans and five Democrats, to reconsider a 2-1 split ruling on felon voting.
 
A new filing from N.C. legislative leaders asks the state Supreme Court to steer clear of a case involving voting rights for felons. A courtroom victory for the felons could add 56,000 people to the state’s voting rolls.
A new filing from N.C. legislative leaders asks the state Supreme Court to steer clear of a case involving voting rights for felons. A courtroom victory for the felons could add 56,000 people to the state’s voting rolls.
 
Democratic Socialist place holder president, Joe Biden, visited a mostly far Left composite of this nation's county commissioners and spoke deeply to their Democratic Socialist hearts.
Democratic Socialist place holder president, Joe Biden, visited a mostly far Left composite of this nation's county commissioners and spoke deeply to their Democratic Socialist hearts.
 
There aren’t many things that bring people from all sides together politically these days. But ending the practice of putting our clocks forward in the spring then backward in the fall is one that enjoys wide, bipartisan agreement.
There aren’t many things that bring people from all sides together politically these days. But ending the practice of putting our clocks forward in the spring then backward in the fall is one that enjoys wide, bipartisan agreement.
 
Legislative defenders of North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarship Program are asking the N.C. Court of Appeals to block “burdensome” trial court activity in a lawsuit challenging the program.
Legislative defenders of North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarship Program are asking the N.C. Court of Appeals to block “burdensome” trial court activity in a lawsuit challenging the program.
 
Lawyers representing N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein and Republican legislative leaders want the state Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit linked to now-repealed Mecklenburg County judicial districts.
Lawyers representing N.C. Attorney General Josh Stein and Republican legislative leaders want the state Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit linked to now-repealed Mecklenburg County judicial districts.
 
As of Friday, March 4, all legislative districts and candidates are set for this year’s state legislative races.
As of Friday, March 4, all legislative districts and candidates are set for this year’s state legislative races.
 
State legislative leaders are offering their final written arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court in a federal voter ID case. Legislators seek the court’s permission to intervene in the case to defend voter ID.
State legislative leaders are offering their final written arguments to the U.S. Supreme Court in a federal voter ID case. Legislators seek the court’s permission to intervene in the case to defend voter ID.
 
Releases New Video Emphasizing Committee’s Mission to Hold its Ground and Fight for More
Releases New Video Emphasizing Committee’s Mission to Hold its Ground and Fight for More
 
The John Locke Foundation releases an updated Civitas Partisan Index on court-ordered legislative maps
 
State legislative leaders are giving U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts more reasons to back their request for emergency Supreme Court action on North Carolina’s disputed congressional map.
State legislative leaders are giving U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts more reasons to back their request for emergency Supreme Court action on North Carolina’s disputed congressional map.
 
The General Assembly did not conduct any public business this week.
The General Assembly did not conduct any public business this week.
 
Legislative leaders argue there’s no good reason for the N.C. Supreme Court to step into a dispute now over $1.7 billion in court-ordered education funding.
Legislative leaders argue there’s no good reason for the N.C. Supreme Court to step into a dispute now over $1.7 billion in court-ordered education funding.
 
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, discusses upcoming 2022 legislative priorities during an appearance at the John Locke Foundation’s 2022 Carolina Liberty Conference.
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, discusses upcoming 2022 legislative priorities during an appearance at the John Locke Foundation’s 2022 Carolina Liberty Conference.
 
State legislative leaders are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to step into the legal dispute over a new congressional map for North Carolina.
State legislative leaders are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to step into the legal dispute over a new congressional map for North Carolina.
 
A bipartisan unanimous three-judge panel has upheld newly drawn maps for North Carolina’s legislative elections. But the same panel has rejected a revised map for congressional elections.
A bipartisan unanimous three-judge panel has upheld newly drawn maps for North Carolina’s legislative elections. But the same panel has rejected a revised map for congressional elections.
 
WRAL reported yesterday about the kurfuffle over Cheif Justice Paul Newby pointing out that there is not a “fair elections” clause in the North Carolina Constitution.
WRAL reported yesterday about the kurfuffle over Cheif Justice Paul Newby pointing out that there is not a “fair elections” clause in the North Carolina Constitution.
 
The N.C. House and Senate gave final approval to redrawn or remedial legislative electoral maps Thursday, after last-minute adjustments delayed the Senate session several times.
The N.C. House and Senate gave final approval to redrawn or remedial legislative electoral maps Thursday, after last-minute adjustments delayed the Senate session several times.
 
Members of the General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week. Redistricting maps were the primary focus of the week to meet the NC Supreme Court deadline of Friday at 5:00 p.m.
Members of the General Assembly returned to Raleigh this week. Redistricting maps were the primary focus of the week to meet the NC Supreme Court deadline of Friday at 5:00 p.m.
 
A bill that would legalize mobile sports betting in North Carolina is likely to see significant consideration in the House during the abbreviated spring legislative session.
A bill that would legalize mobile sports betting in North Carolina is likely to see significant consideration in the House during the abbreviated spring legislative session.
 
Legislative defendants and the N.C. Department of Justice are defending North Carolina’s voter ID law before the N.C. Court of Appeals.
Legislative defendants and the N.C. Department of Justice are defending North Carolina’s voter ID law before the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court has rejected state congressional and legislative election maps with a party-line 4-3 vote. The court’s four Democratic justices agreed to strike down maps drawn by a Republican-led legislature.
The N.C. Supreme Court has rejected state congressional and legislative election maps with a party-line 4-3 vote. The court’s four Democratic justices agreed to strike down maps drawn by a Republican-led legislature.
 
North Carolina’s legislative and congressional election maps now sit in the hands of the N.C. Supreme Court, after 90 minutes of oral arguments for and against the maps Wednesday morning.
North Carolina’s legislative and congressional election maps now sit in the hands of the N.C. Supreme Court, after 90 minutes of oral arguments for and against the maps Wednesday morning.
 
Legislative defendants in a lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law are fighting a request to remove a Republican state Supreme Court justice from hearing the case.
Legislative defendants in a lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law are fighting a request to remove a Republican state Supreme Court justice from hearing the case.
 
Legislative defendants in a case challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law are rejecting a proposal to move the case to the state Supreme Court.
Legislative defendants in a case challenging North Carolina’s voter ID law are rejecting a proposal to move the case to the state Supreme Court.
 
The General Assembly did not convene this week to conduct votes on any pending legislation.
The General Assembly did not convene this week to conduct votes on any pending legislation.
 
North Carolina Supreme Court states it was an intentional limit on how legislative districts could be drawn
North Carolina Supreme Court states it was an intentional limit on how legislative districts could be drawn
 
Legislative defendants in North Carolina’s legal fight over new election maps are seeking Supreme Court Justice Sam “Jimmy” Ervin IV’s recusal from the case.
Legislative defendants in North Carolina’s legal fight over new election maps are seeking Supreme Court Justice Sam “Jimmy” Ervin IV’s recusal from the case.
 
Legislative defendants are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to avoid jumping into a legal fight over new election maps.
Legislative defendants are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to avoid jumping into a legal fight over new election maps.
 
New legislative election maps would give Republicans an advantage in the 2022 elections.
New legislative election maps would give Republicans an advantage in the 2022 elections.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced his intent to sign the legislative budget, citing necessary investments in teacher and state employee pay, critical infrastructure and aid to help families and businesses emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced his intent to sign the legislative budget, citing necessary investments in teacher and state employee pay, critical infrastructure and aid to help families and businesses emerge from the pandemic stronger than ever.
 
About this time in the legislative session - when the session runs interminably long and little is happening - the press corps, lobbyists, legislative staffers and even some lawmakers start a pool to predict how long the session might last before adjournment.
About this time in the legislative session - when the session runs interminably long and little is happening - the press corps, lobbyists, legislative staffers and even some lawmakers start a pool to predict how long the session might last before adjournment.
 
Members of a joint redistricting committee between the N.C. House and Senate on Tuesday, Aug. 10 heard public feedback on new criteria for drawing district maps.
Members of a joint redistricting committee between the N.C. House and Senate on Tuesday, Aug. 10 heard public feedback on new criteria for drawing district maps.
 
NCACC Weekly Update — August 6
 
Members of a joint redistricting committee between the N.C. House and Senate on Tuesday, Aug. 10 heard public feedback on new criteria for drawing district maps.
Members of a joint redistricting committee between the N.C. House and Senate on Tuesday, Aug. 10 heard public feedback on new criteria for drawing district maps.
 
NCACC Weekly Update — July 30
 
NCACC Weekly Update — July 9
 
Overall spending growth will be below GOP's self-imposed spending limitation of population plus inflation increases
Overall spending growth will be below GOP's self-imposed spending limitation of population plus inflation increases
 
Education leaders call for reforming North Carolina High School Athletic Association
 
Today, Governor Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore, Rep. Robert Reives, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and Senator Dan Blue issued the following statement
Today, Governor Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore, Rep. Robert Reives, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and Senator Dan Blue issued the following statement
 
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