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Court temporarily delays order voiding NC amendments

A North Carolina appeals court has set aside temporarily a trial judge's ruling that voided two constitutional amendments because some district boundaries for lawmakers who placed them on the ballot had been previously declared racial gerrymanders.

Judge strikes down North Carolina voter ID OK’d by voters

North Carolina judge has voided constitutional amendments approved by voters in November requiring photo identification to vote in person and capping the state income tax rate.
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Millions for referendum fights come from little-known groups

Top campaign organizations that helped defeat two North Carolina constitutional amendments on this week's ballot received multimillion-dollar contributions from liberal-leaning groups that aren't required to reveal who funds them.
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Constitutional amendments on ballot confusing for some, clear to others

Hunting, taxes, all the way to judges, and that's only half of the topics state lawmakers tasked voters to decide on.
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NC House approves 2 replacement amendments

The North Carolina House has made quick work of two proposed revised amendments to the state constitution that would go before voters in November.

Special session to let NC lawmakers change amendment language

Stymied by a court that ruled their ballot questions misleading, North Carolina Republican lawmakers are preparing for a special session to replace two proposed constitutional amendments that, if approved by voters, would shift key executive powers to the legislature.

5 ex-North Carolina governors rebuke lawmakers on amendments

North Carolina's five living former governors are meeting to oppose constitutional amendments on November ballots that would swing powers involving judicial vacancies and state boards from the executive branch to the legislature.

Cooper plans to sue to keep 2 amendment questions off ballot

Cooper's office announced Saturday he would sue Monday in Wake County court to block two of the six amendment referendums set for this fall's ballots.

Republican leaders call for special session in Raleigh

The North Carolina legislature is returning for an unscheduled session because some Republican leaders are worried about the wording a Democratic-controlled state panel could affix to constitutional amendments on November ballots.

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