But good government groups and voting rights advocates say they’re confident the NC Supreme Court will strike down the GOP’s tilted voting maps.
Why North Carolina’s high court might finally do something about the cheating in our ever-gerrymandered state.
The courts excoriated the state 24 years ago because rural schools aren’t funded like urban schools. The legislature is out of time to make it right.
Cooper's racial justice task force, created after George Floyd's killing, wants more training, fairer drug laws, and police accountability.
A senior counsel with the Southern Coalition for Social Justice talks the next steps in the long-running legal battle over voter ID in NC.
C&P talks to Damon Circosta, chair of the State Board of Elections, about the witness requirement, and why 98% of ballots will be unaffected.
With NC state Sen. Jeff Jackson barred from campaigning amid National Guard training, Marisa Jackson on her first (and last?) campaign.
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