Mayor says bill doesn’t clarify anything and causes new bureaucratic headaches.
Advocacy groups are asking a federal judge to put key provisions of North Carolina’s elections overhaul law on hold for the November election.
Legislative study recommends replacing Common Core standards with something else.
A top priority is to re-elect Sen. Kay Hagan.
Lawmakers come and go from North Carolina’s General Assembly and congressional delegation. Now some elected leaders wonder whether it’s time to change how to replace those who resign midterm or die in office.
North Carolina’s latest tax changes became law this past summer and legislators already want small adjustments.
Nearly 700 people have been arrested while protesting at the General Assembly over the past 10 weeks of the legislative session, nearly all charged with disorderly conduct, trespassing and violating building rules.
More than 100 people have been arrested in the largest demonstrations yet in the state chapter of the NAACP’s campaign against the Republican-led General Assembly.
Dozens of nonviolent demonstrators are facing charges in the second week of protests against Republican policies at North Carolina’s General Assembly.
Gov. Pat McCrory said in a speech Monday night that his new administration would focus on public education, improving the state’s economy and making government more efficient. He also said he won’t be afraid to fluster people from both parties.