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House considers concealed handguns at schools holding church

The ability to carry a concealed handgun on public school property while attending church services there is being considered in the North Carolina House.
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NC Senate committee recommends Susi Hamilton cabinet nomination

Former N.C. Rep. Susi Hamilton, D-New Hanover, appears headed to swift confirmation to serve as secretary of the state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources after a Senate committee on Thursday voted 11-3 to recommend her approval.
8 hours ago
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Raleigh helps beloved grocery clerk fighting cancer

A community is coming together to help a beloved Wake County grocery store employee who had to leave his job behind to battle cancer.
9 hours ago
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NC lawmakers override Gov. Cooper’s veto on judicial elections

The Republican-controlled General Assembly has officially cancelled Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's first veto, meaning elections for local trial judges will become officially partisan again starting next year.
11 hours ago
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House Bill 2: One year later, where does it stand?

t's been one year since House Bill 2 became the most famous - and infamous - piece of legislation in North Carolina.
22 hours ago
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“Hate crimes” against first responders offered in House bill

Felony "hate crimes" for people who assault North Carolina firefighters, police officers and other medical personnel and who lure first responders to locations to attack them would be created in House legislation.
1 day ago
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House votes to override Cooper’s first veto

One chamber of the North Carolina legislature has agreed to override Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's first veto of a Republican measure that makes local trial court elections officially partisan again.
1 day ago
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Charlotte schools switch book for elementary students

School officials in Charlotte have dropped plans to have some elementary school students read a book about a boy who likes to dress like a girl.