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The Duke lacrosse rape case that unraveled a decade ago taught state officials about the dangers of tunnel vision. Attorney General Josh Stein seems to have missed the lesson. Stein was a top lieutenant in Roy Cooper’s N.C. Department … more
North Carolina’s bathrooms are headed back to the courtroom. The American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina has revived its lawsuit challenging House Bill 2, arguing in an amended complaint that the compromise repeal signed into law … more
Gov. Roy Cooper recently promised that Democrats, if returned to power in 2020, will implement independent, nonpartisan redistricting. Was that a serious commitment to good government or a campaign pitch? Time will tell, but voters should press … more
The most powerful people in the criminal justice system don’t sport black robes or wield gavels. Nor do they carry the tattered briefcase of the trial lawyer or wear the bailiff’s badge and gun. They aren’t elected or … more
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