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COA tells court to enjoin voter ID law (access required)

RALEIGH (AP) — North Carolina’s newest voter photo identification law seems flawed by “discriminatory intent” and should have been blocked months ago, the state’s Court of Appeals ruled on Feb. 18, creating another obstacle to implementing a requirement now demanded ...

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Lawyers in the News – Feb. 10 (access required)

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings has announced that partners Mark Horoschak, Brian Hayles, and Michael Fischer and senior attorney Najla Long have joined the firm’s national health care practice in its Charlotte office. The team represents health systems in transactional matters, ...

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