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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is pleased that yet another court ruling has affirmed the integrity and fairness of the department’s Medicaid Managed Care procurement process.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is pleased that yet another court ruling has affirmed the integrity and fairness of the department’s Medicaid Managed Care procurement process.
 
You might expect that the 2020 N.C. Supreme Court elections will guarantee plenty of 4-3 rulings in the year ahead.
You might expect that the 2020 N.C. Supreme Court elections will guarantee plenty of 4-3 rulings in the year ahead.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today commented after a state Court of Appeals ruling in the M.E. v T.J. case that concerns whether individuals in a same-sex relationship can use Domestic Violence Protection Orders under state law to protect themselves from abusive partners.
Governor Roy Cooper today commented after a state Court of Appeals ruling in the M.E. v T.J. case that concerns whether individuals in a same-sex relationship can use Domestic Violence Protection Orders under state law to protect themselves from abusive partners.
 
Bar owners from six counties across North Carolina are going to court to challenge the governor’s executive orders shutting down their businesses.
Bar owners from six counties across North Carolina are going to court to challenge the governor’s executive orders shutting down their businesses.
 
Pharmacist Darius Russell, owner of Russell’s Pharmacy and Shoppe in Durham, hopes to stop losing money on helping patients.
Pharmacist Darius Russell, owner of Russell’s Pharmacy and Shoppe in Durham, hopes to stop losing money on helping patients.
 
Today, the United States 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reinstated North Carolina’s Voter ID requirement.
 
North Carolina’s deadline for accepting mail-in absentee ballots in this year’s election finally may be settled at the venue state conservative leaders wanted: the U.S. Supreme Court.
North Carolina’s deadline for accepting mail-in absentee ballots in this year’s election finally may be settled at the venue state conservative leaders wanted: the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
Judge William Osteen Jr. of U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina issued two orders on the evening of October 14 in the ongoing dispute.
Judge William Osteen Jr. of U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina issued two orders on the evening of October 14 in the ongoing dispute.
 
Last night the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the witness requirement for South Carolina’s absentee ballots.
 
The latest legal challenge to North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarships has yet to head to a courtroom.
 
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
Some N.C. felons who have finished their active prison time will be able to cast ballots in the 2020 election, based on a 2-1 ruling from a state Superior Court panel.
 
Below is NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley’s Statement regarding the recent court ruling allowing convicted fellows to vote before completing their full sentence.
Below is NCGOP Chairman Michael Whatley’s Statement regarding the recent court ruling allowing convicted fellows to vote before completing their full sentence.
 
The NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is pleased to announce that once again court rulings affirm the integrity and fairness of the Departments’ managed care procurement process.
The NC Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) is pleased to announce that once again court rulings affirm the integrity and fairness of the Departments’ managed care procurement process.
 
In a blow to George Soros’ leftwing initiatives, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that foreign affiliates of his Open Society Foundations (OSF) are not protected by the Constitution and therefore must abide by a congressionally mandated anti-prostitution pledge to receive federal funding.
In a blow to George Soros’ leftwing initiatives, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that foreign affiliates of his Open Society Foundations (OSF) are not protected by the Constitution and therefore must abide by a congressionally mandated anti-prostitution pledge to receive federal funding.
 
The noise from wind turbines adversely impacts human health and can be regulated as a nuisance by local governments says a new landmark ruling by Australia's Supreme Court.
The noise from wind turbines adversely impacts human health and can be regulated as a nuisance by local governments says a new landmark ruling by Australia's Supreme Court.
 
So what exactly did the judge rule this week in Forest v. Cooper? Is it the end of the line for Lt. Gov. Dan Forest’s lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper’s use of COVID-19 executive orders?
So what exactly did the judge rule this week in Forest v. Cooper? Is it the end of the line for Lt. Gov. Dan Forest’s lawsuit against Gov. Roy Cooper’s use of COVID-19 executive orders?
 
Judicial Watch announced today the FBI will finally begin processing Andrew McCabe text message for release
Judicial Watch announced today the FBI will finally begin processing Andrew McCabe text message for release
 
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton reacted today to a federal court decision, which Judicial Watch may appeal, upholding the secrecy of controversial subpoenas for phone records issued by Adam Schiff
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton reacted today to a federal court decision, which Judicial Watch may appeal, upholding the secrecy of controversial subpoenas for phone records issued by Adam Schiff
 
Rob Crilly of the Washington Examiner reports that President Trump’s supporters cheer a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
Rob Crilly of the Washington Examiner reports that President Trump’s supporters cheer a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
 
Now, it is the bowling alleys which have defeated our power drunk governor Roy Cooper, who thinks he is a king, in the courts, which have ruled that Cooper's order closing the bowling allies is illegal.
Now, it is the bowling alleys which have defeated our power drunk governor Roy Cooper, who thinks he is a king, in the courts, which have ruled that Cooper's order closing the bowling allies is illegal.
 
Governor Roy Cooper's spokesperson Ford Porter shared the following statement in response to a court ruling today on opening bowling alleys during COVID-19
Governor Roy Cooper's spokesperson Ford Porter shared the following statement in response to a court ruling today on opening bowling alleys during COVID-19
 
A federal judge ruled the Department of Health and Human Services’ rule to force hospitals to disclose their negotiated prices with insurers was legal.
A federal judge ruled the Department of Health and Human Services’ rule to force hospitals to disclose their negotiated prices with insurers was legal.
 
Staying in one’s own lane can prove especially difficult for a government official.
 
James Antle explains in a Washington Examiner column why this week’s U.S. Supreme Court rulings could hurt President Trump’s re-election campaign.
James Antle explains in a Washington Examiner column why this week’s U.S. Supreme Court rulings could hurt President Trump’s re-election campaign.
 
On Friday, the extremist leftwing majority on North Carolina Supreme Court continued their habit of legislating from the bench and quietly released a series of radical opinions changing existing laws.
On Friday, the extremist leftwing majority on North Carolina Supreme Court continued their habit of legislating from the bench and quietly released a series of radical opinions changing existing laws.
 
The COVID-19 outbreak can’t be an excuse to outlaw most indoor worship services in North Carolina, a federal judge ruled Saturday, May 16.
The COVID-19 outbreak can’t be an excuse to outlaw most indoor worship services in North Carolina, a federal judge ruled Saturday, May 16.
 
Ford Porter, Governor Roy Cooper's spokesperson, responded to a court ruling today on religious services during COVID-19
Ford Porter, Governor Roy Cooper's spokesperson, responded to a court ruling today on religious services during COVID-19
 
When selecting justices to sit on North Carolina’s highest court, it helps voters to have access to that court’s decisions in major cases.
When selecting justices to sit on North Carolina’s highest court, it helps voters to have access to that court’s decisions in major cases.
 
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement
 
Arguments about school choice often focus on academic outcomes. That makes sense. But the case for increased parental access to choice involves more than just academics.
Arguments about school choice often focus on academic outcomes. That makes sense. But the case for increased parental access to choice involves more than just academics.
 
President Donald J. Trump is working tirelessly to restore enforcement of our immigration laws as enacted, but activist judicial rulings are restricting the Administration from following the plain text of Federal law.
President Donald J. Trump is working tirelessly to restore enforcement of our immigration laws as enacted, but activist judicial rulings are restricting the Administration from following the plain text of Federal law.
 
A ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver could have ramifications beyond Colorado, political experts say.
A ruling by the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver could have ramifications beyond Colorado, political experts say.
 
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in North Carolina’s high-profile partisan gerrymandering case offered an excellent lesson about the limits of judicial power. It’s a lesson that should come in handy soon for state judges.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in North Carolina’s high-profile partisan gerrymandering case offered an excellent lesson about the limits of judicial power. It’s a lesson that should come in handy soon for state judges.
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment after today’s Supreme Court ruling on North Carolina’s gerrymandered districts:
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment after today’s Supreme Court ruling on North Carolina’s gerrymandered districts:
 
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement regarding the Common Cause v. Rucho ruling from the Supreme Court:
North Carolina Republican Party Chairman Michael Whatley released the following statement regarding the Common Cause v. Rucho ruling from the Supreme Court:
 
A three-judge federal panel has again ruled against North Carolina's congressional election map
 
The U.S. Supreme Court put a temporary halt to a three-judge panel's order to hold special legislative elections later this year, and the top election official in the N.C. House thinks the justices eventually will toss out the off-year election plan
The U.S. Supreme Court put a temporary halt to a three-judge panel's order to hold special legislative elections later this year, and the top election official in the N.C. House thinks the justices eventually will toss out the off-year election plan
 
A Virginia congressional redistricting case expected to be argued March 21 before the U.S. Supreme Court could suggest the eventual outcome of North Carolina's similar congressional redistricting dispute
A Virginia congressional redistricting case expected to be argued March 21 before the U.S. Supreme Court could suggest the eventual outcome of North Carolina's similar congressional redistricting dispute
 
Today, the United States Supreme Court once again opted not to rule a key provision of the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.
Today, the United States Supreme Court once again opted not to rule a key provision of the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.
 
In an April decision, the N.C. Court of Appeals overturned a jury ruling that Union County public schools had not been provided enough money by the county commission
In an April decision, the N.C. Court of Appeals overturned a jury ruling that Union County public schools had not been provided enough money by the county commission
 
Governor Pat McCrory issued a statement following the unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel which upheld the Governor's challenge involving the use of commissions to perform regulatory responsibilities assigned to the Executive Branch.
Governor Pat McCrory issued a statement following the unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel which upheld the Governor's challenge involving the use of commissions to perform regulatory responsibilities assigned to the Executive Branch.
 
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