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Labor & Employment  – Public Employees – Constitutional – Career Status Law – Non-Exempt Designation (access required)

The Career Status Law, former G.S. § 126-5(d)(2c), which was passed after Governor Cooper’s election, has been deemed unconstitutional; moreover, it would not have governed petitioner’s career status in any event. Just before leaving office, Governor McCrory changed petitioner’s status from exempt (from the State Human Resources Act) to non-exempt. Petitioner was not entitled to ...

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