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A split 2-1 panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has ruled that money resulting from a settlement between Smithfield Foods and the N.C. attorney general must flow into the state treasury.
A split 2-1 panel of the N.C. Court of Appeals has ruled that money resulting from a settlement between Smithfield Foods and the N.C. attorney general must flow into the state treasury.
 
The N.C. attorney general can’t keep and distribute money from a settlement over hog waste that leaked and overflowed from lagoons.
The N.C. attorney general can’t keep and distribute money from a settlement over hog waste that leaked and overflowed from lagoons.
 
In a 6-1 ruling, the N.C. Supreme Court has upheld the state attorney general’s hog farm “slush fund.” The ruling reverses a decision from the State Appeals Court.
In a 6-1 ruling, the N.C. Supreme Court has upheld the state attorney general’s hog farm “slush fund.” The ruling reverses a decision from the State Appeals Court.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper insisted $57.8 million from energy companies building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline was a voluntary contribution, but said at a news conference he doesn't know whose idea it was originally to seek the money he planned to distribute
Gov. Roy Cooper insisted $57.8 million from energy companies building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline was a voluntary contribution, but said at a news conference he doesn't know whose idea it was originally to seek the money he planned to distribute
 
The Civitas Institute has filed a state ethics complaint against Gov. Roy Cooper, seeking a ruling and possible investigation into questions of his handling of $57.8 million from a utility coalition building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
The Civitas Institute has filed a state ethics complaint against Gov. Roy Cooper, seeking a ruling and possible investigation into questions of his handling of $57.8 million from a utility coalition building the Atlantic Coast Pipeline
 
Constitutional questions persist about the murky $57.8 million deal between Atlantic Coast Pipeline operators and Gov. Roy Cooper
Constitutional questions persist about the murky $57.8 million deal between Atlantic Coast Pipeline operators and Gov. Roy Cooper
 
General Michael Flynn, Mr. Trump's first National Security Advisor, is gone. Brought down by illegal wiretapping on his person as a private citizen and then leaked by bad bureaucrats, my mostly Democrat holdovers, that will soon be removed from the Trump administration.
General Michael Flynn, Mr. Trump's first National Security Advisor, is gone. Brought down by illegal wiretapping on his person as a private citizen and then leaked by bad bureaucrats, my mostly Democrat holdovers, that will soon be removed from the Trump administration.
 
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