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  • 1:11pm Jan 18, 2022
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    Already delayed, N. Carolina primary could now move to June

    North Carolina Republican legislators on Monday announced plans to attempt to further delay the already postponed state primary, responding to worries about timing should the state Supreme Court st

  • 1:36pm Dec 09, 2021
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    NC’s top court halts March primary due to remapping suits

    North Carolina's highest court on Wednesday pushed back the March election primaries for legislative, congressional and judicial seats to give state courts time to review lawsuits claiming the Repu

  • 3:53pm Dec 01, 2021
    Politics & Government Politics & Government Crime

    NC inmate safety, juvenile justice changes begin Wednesday

    Some North Carolina laws that took effect on Wednesday are designed to protect expectant mothers behind bars, keep more elementary school-age children accused of misdeeds out of court and force pol

  • 9:11am Nov 05, 2021
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    North Carolina legislators finalize redistricting maps

    The North Carolina General Assembly completed redistricting maps Thursday for the next decade, carving boundaries that would likely give Republicans at least two more U.S. House seats and help the GOP retain its state legislative majorities.

  • 2:34pm Aug 12, 2021
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    NC House Gives Initial Approval To Budget Bill

    The North Carolina House gave initial approval late Wednesday to a two-year budget, after Republicans who wrote the legislation touted its teacher pay hikes, income tax provisions and massive infra

  • 4:47pm Jul 15, 2021
    Politics & Government Politics & Government

    NC House Passes Sweeping Energy Bill

    The state House passed wide-ranging energy legislation during a rare midnight session early Thursday.

  • 2:22pm Jul 14, 2021
    Race Race Politics & Government Education

    N. Carolina GOP Would Ban K-12 Promotion Of Views About Race

    North Carolina Republicans advanced legislation on Wednesday that defines how teachers can discuss certain concepts about race and racism inside the classroom.

  • 2:57pm Jul 13, 2021
    Environment Environment

    NC Takes Steps On Carbon Cap, Multi-State Pollution Effort

    A state regulatory panel agreed Tuesday to develop rules for North Carolina to meet proposed overall reductions of carbon dioxide emissions from power plants, and to join a multi-state effort to accomplish it.