2 months ago
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Former Gov. McCrory on the air, isn’t closing door to 2020 run

McCrory is keeping himself busy since leaving office with work, a new lake home and as a Charlotte radio station pundit. And he's not closed the door to another gubernatorial run.
Gov. Roy Cooper
3 months ago
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Top NC court takes up lawmakers stripping governor’s powers

North Carolina's highest court for the first time is wading into the long-running effort by Republican legislators to strip away as many powers as possible from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.
North Carolina map on NC Seal
4 months ago
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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.
6 months ago
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Former NC gov urges GOP to pass new law requiring voter ID

Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is urging state lawmakers to pass a new voter ID law because he said he knows "a lot of noncitizens" voted last fall.
US Supreme Court
6 months ago
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US Supreme Court won’t review NC voter ID, other election restrictions

The US Supreme Court has decided not to review election laws passed in 2013 that critics and a federal appeals court have said are discriminatory.
Pat McCrory chats on the driving range at the Wells Fargo Championship on May 3, 2017. (Photo: Kevin Wuzzardo/WWAY)
7 months ago
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Pat McCrory plays Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am, talks about life since leaving office

As Wilmington hosts the state's largest event since the rollback of North Carolina's controversial "bathroom bill," a familiar face was in the field for today's Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am Tournament.
NC Money
7 months ago
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Litigation between Cooper, legislative leaders costing $760K

Outside legal costs in the fight between Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and North Carolina legislative leaders over laws approved before Cooper took office reducing his powers have mounted quickly.
7 months ago
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Voting rights group wants Republican voting protests probed

A voting rights group wants government officials to investigate whether people linked to then-Gov. Pat McCrory's campaign and the Republican Party broke any laws when voting protests were filed soon after Election Day last November.
8 months ago
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Former governor says HB2 backlash hurting job search

North Carolina's former governor says he's had trouble finding a job, even part-time teaching positions, because of backlash from legislation he signed involving transgender rights.
9 months ago
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NC Democrats want US high court to drop voting law review

An appeals court ruled that the law was unconstitutional because it targeted minority voters with "almost surgical precision" to discourage Democratic support and protect Republican dominance.