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The federal government's lawsuit against North Carolina election laws could have "extraordinary ramifications for the United States," an election law expert told a Tuesday meeting of the Campbell Law School Federalist Society.
Many cheered when the U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that independent redistricting commissions are Constitutional.
In 1973, we discovered -- thanks to The Supreme Court -- that we have a "right" to abortion. In the last week, we've learned that we have a "right" to subsidized health care and a "right" to same-sex marriage.
The U.S. Supreme Court today stayed a federal appeals court order that would have enjoined parts of North Carolina's new voting law regarding same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting.
The Fourth Circuit today reinstated same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting ahead of the General Election in November.
The US Supreme Court is acting incredibly sensible these days. One of their latest decisions, the Hobby Lobby case, offered up some protections for employers dealing with the ObamaCare atrocity being shoved down their throats.
In Hobby Lobby, the Court ruled that the Obamacare law and its related regulations cannot compel closely held or family-owned companies from providing certain kinds of contraceptive coverage if doing so violates the owners' religious beliefs.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
If you thought Election Day was Nov. 6, you might want to reconsider. Depending on where you live and what office you're talking about, Election Day could be in July or May. In some places and in some races, it occurred when candidate filing ended Feb. 28.
As the Resolutions Chair for the Pitt County GOP, I wrote a series of resolutions that I plan to present at the upcoming 2014 Pitt County GOP Convention, on March 8.
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