RALEIGH (AP) — Legislation to regulate fantasy sports games in North Carolina lost again at the General Assembly, two weeks after it breezed through an initial committee with a proposed state gaming commission attached. The House Judiciary Committee on June ...Read More »
Yet another redistricting lawsuit has been filed in North Carolina, this one challenging General Assembly boundaries that Democrats and election reform advocates say remain illegally tainted by excessive favoritism toward Republicans. Common Cause North Carolina, the state Democratic Party and ...
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North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and fellow Democrats gained influence Tuesday at the currently Republican-dominated legislature for the next two years, breaking the GOP’s veto-proof majority in the House and making inroads in the Senate. Democrats gained at least eight ...Read More »
More redrawing of North Carolina legislative boundaries would be required next year if Friday’s ruling by state judges striking down four state House districts stands. A three-judge panel Friday agreed with advocacy groups and voters that several alterations to Wake ...Read More »
As Hurricane Florence was thrashing North Carolina earlier this month, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper’s leadership amid the devastation won widespread praise, including some from Republican politicians who have been passing laws to undercut him ever since he was elected. He ...
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A panel of federal judges formally backed off Tuesday the idea of requiring a new congressional map for North Carolina’s fall elections, one week after broaching the possibility when the judges declared the current lines illegal partisan gerrymanders. While declaring ...
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RALEIGH (AP) The North Carolina legislature returned briefly to business July 24 so Republicans could wrest the seemingly ordinary work of adding titles to proposed constitutional amendments on November ballots out of the hands of a state panel controlled by Democrats. ...Read More »