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New Hanover to vote on resolution to move up HB 142 end date

A bill that replaced the controversial "Bathroom Bill" in North Carolina is set to expire in 2020. New Hanover County Commissioners might support moving that date up.

‘Bathroom bill’ fight returns to a North Carolina courtroom

Transgender plaintiffs who think the compromise that replaced North Carolina's so-called "bathroom bill" is still discriminatory are heading back to court.

Gov. Cooper issues executive order protecting gender identity

Gov. Roy Cooper signed an executive order Wednesday to promote diversity and prohibit discrimination in government agencies and government contracts.

Lawsuit says ‘bathroom bill’ effects still felt

Transgender people in North Carolina are still effectively prevented from using restrooms matching their gender identity under a law that replaced the state's notorious "bathroom bill" earlier this year, according to a lawsuit filed Friday.

NCAA: Championships planned for NC will go on as scheduled after HB2 repeal

A night after its flagship university won the NCAA men's basketball championship, the state of North Carolina found out championship events will return to the Tar Heel State.

Reaction split after decision to repeal HB2

The Democratic and Republican Caucasus were split today when they voted to pass HB 142, much like the reaction of people here in our area.

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Brunswick County passes budget for FY 2021-2022

The Brunswick County Board of Commissioners has approved the budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

McCrae Dowless pleads guilty to benefit fraud

According to court documents, Dowless, 65, defrauded the Social Security Administration by concealing his work and income while receiving monthly benefits payments. 

Senate budget uses NC revenue boon on more tax cuts, capital

The bill puts much of that extra money in a savings reserve and an infrastructure construction fund, and makes deeper tax cuts than Republicans originally pitched.

Judge tosses most claims over clearing protesters in DC park

U.S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich said Monday that the claims were speculative and it was premature for the court to conclude whether the actions of law enforcement officers were justified.