The State Legislature is proposing House Bill 717 to fix population discrepancies across judicial districts. But does H717 really fix these discrepancies? Or is there another reason for this bill?
The North Carolina General Assembly has big plans to pick North Carolina's judges. Exactly how do they want to do it? We break it down.
North Carolinians on the coast are fired up that they’ve found GenX in their drinking water, well water, school tap water, honey, and the Cape Fear river, and the legislature plans on passing legislation to address it during their short special session starting on January 10th.
Do you remember the show Extreme Makeover? Ty Pennington and his crew would take a steamroller to a struggling family’s home and completely remodel it in a week. That’s kind of like what’s happening in North Carolina - except it’s the legislature instead of Ty, the family isn’t struggling, it's unclear if a remodel is needed or if updating the drapes would do the trick, and it’s the entire judicial branch instead of a house.
The Special Master finished his maps this week and we've gone through them to get you all the juicy details.
Duke Energy believes that North Carolina needs the Atlantic Coast Pipeline to save money and meet growing energy needs. Opponents believe that we can meet growing demands with renewable energy, and this pipeline will not save anyone any money.
The special master released his new maps two weeks early. We take a look at what they contained.
Progressive cities may dream of implementing city programs that improve education and healthcare, limit pollution and expand renewable energy, but will hit roadblocks if they live in what's known as a Dillon's Rule state.
A three-judge federal panel hired a special master to redraw maps proposed by the North Carolina General Assembly. What will the special master do, and what does it mean for redistricting in North Carolina?
House Bill 717 is one of several bills aimed at changing the judicial system in North Carolina. What will these changes mean for the future of North Carolina's judicial system, and the thousands of North Carolinians who interact with the courts everyday?