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N.C. legislative leaders argue in a new court filing that supporters of felon voting have attacked the wrong state law in a suit now at the state Supreme Court.
N.C. legislative leaders argue in a new court filing that supporters of felon voting have attacked the wrong state law in a suit now at the state Supreme Court.
 
N.C. legislative leaders argue that felon voting supporters are attacking a provision of the state constitution, not the 1973 law that re-enfranchises felons.
N.C. legislative leaders argue that felon voting supporters are attacking a provision of the state constitution, not the 1973 law that re-enfranchises felons.
 
Pennsylvania state Senate Republicans are throwing their support behind N.C. legislative leaders in the Moore v. Harper case at the U.S. Supreme Court.
Pennsylvania state Senate Republicans are throwing their support behind N.C. legislative leaders in the Moore v. Harper case at the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
N.C. legislative leaders argue that state courts' decision to throw out a congressional election map is "irreconcilable" with the U.S. Constitution.
N.C. legislative leaders argue that state courts' decision to throw out a congressional election map is "irreconcilable" with the U.S. Constitution.
 
N.C. legislative leaders want one set of Leandro plaintiffs dropped from the current appeal to the N.C. Supreme Court.
N.C. legislative leaders want one set of Leandro plaintiffs dropped from the current appeal to the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
Building on President Biden signing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act into law last month, today Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Stefanie Feldman, and Rosie Hidalgo convened a meeting on Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) laws with state legislative leaders from Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, etc.
Building on President Biden signing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act into law last month, today Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Stefanie Feldman, and Rosie Hidalgo convened a meeting on Extreme Risk Protection Order (ERPO) laws with state legislative leaders from Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, etc.
 
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.
 
Legislative leaders and Leandro plaintiffs offer contrasting arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court in the latest stage of the long-running education funding lawsuit.
Legislative leaders and Leandro plaintiffs offer contrasting arguments to the N.C. Supreme Court in the latest stage of the long-running education funding lawsuit.
 
Top N.C. legislative leaders have filed arguments against a court-imposed congressional map, even though they want to drop their appeal against the map.
Top N.C. legislative leaders have filed arguments against a court-imposed congressional map, even though they want to drop their appeal against the map.
 
Legislative leaders defend their authority over redistricting in a new brief to the N.C. Supreme Court.
Legislative leaders defend their authority over redistricting in a new brief to the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
ADF attorneys file friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of House Speaker, Senate President Pro Tempore
ADF attorneys file friend-of-the-court brief on behalf of House Speaker, Senate President Pro Tempore
 
Leaders of the N.C. General Assembly question a request for state Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the Leandro school funding case.
Leaders of the N.C. General Assembly question a request for state Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the Leandro school funding case.
 
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders defend a state law that sets out rules for felons to regain their voting rights.
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders defend a state law that sets out rules for felons to regain their voting rights.
 
Legislative leaders object to a proposed expedited review for a lawsuit challenging voter ID.
Legislative leaders object to a proposed expedited review for a lawsuit challenging voter ID.
 
Legislative leaders urge N.C. Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls to step away from the Leandro school funding lawsuit. They cite Earls' previous work in the case.
Legislative leaders urge N.C. Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls to step away from the Leandro school funding lawsuit. They cite Earls' previous work in the case.
 
Legislative leaders are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to dismiss an appeal against a court-ordered congressional map. The map is valid only for 2022 elections.
Legislative leaders are asking the N.C. Supreme Court to dismiss an appeal against a court-ordered congressional map. The map is valid only for 2022 elections.
 
The decision allows legislative leaders to defend voter ID themselves instead of just relying on Attorney General Josh Stein
The decision allows legislative leaders to defend voter ID themselves instead of just relying on Attorney General Josh Stein
 
State legislative leaders argue a trial court's $785 million Leandro spending order exceeds judicial authority over public education.
State legislative leaders argue a trial court's $785 million Leandro spending order exceeds judicial authority over public education.
 
Foes of N.C. legislative election maps want the state Supreme Court to speed up its consideration of their legal challenge.
Foes of N.C. legislative election maps want the state Supreme Court to speed up its consideration of their legal challenge.
 
N.C. legislative leaders will be able to defend the state's voter ID law in federal court, thanks to an 8-1 ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.
N.C. legislative leaders will be able to defend the state's voter ID law in federal court, thanks to an 8-1 ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
The General Assembly has voted to adjourn on Friday, July 1 to a date certain, meaning the 2021-2023 legislative biennium will not formally come to an end on Friday.
The General Assembly has voted to adjourn on Friday, July 1 to a date certain, meaning the 2021-2023 legislative biennium will not formally come to an end on Friday.
 
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders oppose an expedited schedule for a felon voting case at the state Supreme Court.
Lawyers representing N.C. legislative leaders oppose an expedited schedule for a felon voting case at the state Supreme Court.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
As President Biden’s failing liberal policies continue to destroy the economy, Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) President Jessica Post this weekend urged Biden to campaign for Democratic state legislative candidates.
As President Biden’s failing liberal policies continue to destroy the economy, Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee (DLCC) President Jessica Post this weekend urged Biden to campaign for Democratic state legislative candidates.
 
Republican legislative leaders and their redistricting critics could battle over court-ordered fees for the work of special masters.
Republican legislative leaders and their redistricting critics could battle over court-ordered fees for the work of special masters.
 
The General Assembly continued taking up significant, and at times controversial, policy items this week.
The General Assembly continued taking up significant, and at times controversial, policy items this week.
 
Today, The North State Journal reported on the diverse slate of candidates the North Carolina Republican Party nominated in state legislative races, demonstrating the Party’s commitment to electing leaders who better reflect their communities.
Today, The North State Journal reported on the diverse slate of candidates the North Carolina Republican Party nominated in state legislative races, demonstrating the Party’s commitment to electing leaders who better reflect their communities.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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