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Voters would bear the brunt of the harm if the N.C. Supreme Court decides to boot two of its members from considering a high-profile case involving voter ID.
Voters would bear the brunt of the harm if the N.C. Supreme Court decides to boot two of its members from considering a high-profile case involving voter ID.
 
The head of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law raises serious questions about a plan to block two N.C. Supreme Court justices from hearing a case involving voter ID.
The head of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law raises serious questions about a plan to block two N.C. Supreme Court justices from hearing a case involving voter ID.
 
Today, the North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law requested records from Durham Public Schools in connection with DPS’s plan to operate expensive learning centers at public schools.
Today, the North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law requested records from Durham Public Schools in connection with DPS’s plan to operate expensive learning centers at public schools.
 
The North Carolina Court of Appeals ordered a preliminary injunction of North Carolina’s voter ID law in a decision released today (Holmes v. Moore, COA 19-762).
The North Carolina Court of Appeals ordered a preliminary injunction of North Carolina’s voter ID law in a decision released today (Holmes v. Moore, COA 19-762).
 
Liberal groups in and outside the state seem to be spending sleepless nights worried about the fate of judicial-election changes North Carolina adopted in 2002.
Liberal groups in and outside the state seem to be spending sleepless nights worried about the fate of judicial-election changes North Carolina adopted in 2002.
 
If you would like to start a small business in North Carolina, you might be unpleasantly surprised to learn that complying with state and local regulations can be incredibly costly and time-consuming.
If you would like to start a small business in North Carolina, you might be unpleasantly surprised to learn that complying with state and local regulations can be incredibly costly and time-consuming.
 
The NC Institute for Constitutional Law (NCICL) recently published an article about nullification, asserting that it not a legitimate constitutional remedy.
The NC Institute for Constitutional Law (NCICL) recently published an article about nullification, asserting that it not a legitimate constitutional remedy.
 
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