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Spaulding aggressive in Cooper faceoff

    Spaulding aggressive in Cooper faceoff

BY CASH MICHAELS If one wondered why State Attorney General Roy Cooper has consistently ignored challenges by Durham attorney Ken Spaulding to debate prior to the March 15 Democratic gubernatorial

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Plaintiffs optimistic about decision in N.C. voting rights trial in W-S

    Plaintiffs optimistic about decision in N.C. voting rights trial in W-S

In above photo: Rev. Dr. William Barber gives his closing remarks about the trial that ended July 31. (Photo by Todd Luck) Legal hearing has ended, with a ruling to

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New documentary highlights Selma high school students’ role in voting rights effort

    New documentary highlights Selma high school students’ role in voting rights effort

In above photo: The crowd at the Hanesbrands Theatre. (Photo by Donna Rogers) The 1965 Voting Rights Act was signed into law on Aug. 6, 1965. The movie “Selma” focuses

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Commentary: How eliminating same-day registration has disenfranchised North Carolinians

    Commentary: How eliminating same-day registration has disenfranchised North Carolinians

In above photo: Voters participating in past same-day voter registration Mike Meno, Guest Columnist Isabel Najera was excited to vote in her first election as a U.S. citizen in 2014.

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Lawmakers, BOE director testify on new election practices

    Lawmakers, BOE director testify on new election practices

In above photo: NC Rep. Henry “Mickey” Michaux (left) and NC Sen. Josh Stein (right) Lawmakers and the N.C. State

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Editorial: Support NAACP in trial, rally in full force

    Editorial: Support NAACP in trial, rally in full force

Time is ticking down as the trial to challenge North Carolina’s restrictive voter laws draws near. On Monday, July 13,

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Letters To The Editor: Medicaid, Voter ID and Social Awareness

    Letters To The Editor: Medicaid, Voter ID and Social Awareness

McCrory, N.C. officials, expand Medicaid now To the Editor: This morning [June 25], the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the

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Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

    Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

Injustices Continue If North Carolina is not careful, it could garner the dubious reputation as a place where expediency trumps

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Hagan: I still work, meet with Obama

    Hagan: I still work, meet with Obama

(pictured above:  U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan addresses the crowd at the Benton Convention Center.) U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan on Saturday stumped

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Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

    Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

Editorial: GOP setbacks That private school voucher check isn’t quite yet in the mail. A Wake County Superior Court judge

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