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Powerful NC lawmaker borrowed money from man later indicted

An influential North Carolina Republican lawmaker says a man now facing federal charges in an alleged bribery scheme loaned him $500,000 last year, but never asked for anything from the General Assembly in return.

NC House offering own changes to address absentee fraud

The North Carolina House has offered another version of legislation designed to prevent mail-in absentee ballot fraud that prosecutors say occurred last fall and caused officials to require a new congressional election.

Lawyers: Redistricting expert files show judges were misled

In litigation over North Carolina's legislative districts, Democrats and election reform advocates contend documents from a Republican redistricting expert show lawmakers misled judges about whether special elections should have been held in 2017 under new district lines.

High court to take new look at partisan electoral districts, including NC

Disputes have arisen in cases involving North Carolina's heavily Republican congressional map and a Democratic congressional district in Maryland, and the justices said Friday they will hear arguments in March.
A federal appeals court panel struck down this NC Congressional district map adopted in 2016 on Jan. 9, 2018.

Supreme Court puts order to redraw NC maps on hold

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday delayed a lower-court order that would have forced North Carolina Republican lawmakers to redraw the state's congressional districts by next week because of excessive partisan bias in current lines.
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North Carolina House proposes new legislative district map

Republican mapmakers proposed new districts for most members of the North Carolina House on Saturday, a move forced by federal courts that said they illegally overemphasized race in drawing the current voting boundaries.
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Expect little on vetoes when lawmakers return to Raleigh

The North Carolina General Assembly is returning Thursday from a five-week hiatus, but don't expect them to consider overriding Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes, their mandated reason for coming back to Raleigh for at least one day.
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Political remap could shift North Carolina battle’s outcome

North Carolina's Republican-dominated legislature has been repeatedly walloping Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper since before he took office, and the bitter conflict shows no sign of abating. But an upcoming adjustment to some political boundaries could sway its outcome.
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Senate budget grows less than Cooper proposal

North Carolina Senate Republicans want to grow the state government budget for the next fiscal year at about half the rate of what Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper proposed two months ago.

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