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Category Archives: Proposed Laws
Ah, late October…Time for spooky, scary, silly antics in the hopes of getting some sweet treats. Of course, I am talking about the election season, which blessedly, is soon coming to an end. Early voting in North Carolina begins tomorrow (Thursday … Continue reading
Districts represented by members of Congress, or by members of any state legislative body, shall be compact and composed of contiguous territory. The state shall have the burden of justifying any departures from this requirement by reference to neutral criteria … Continue reading
Folks who know me well, know that I have not been a big fan of this General Assembly, so I want to take any opportunity I can to broadcast some good news coming from Raleigh. Session Law 2013-159 brought about a … Continue reading
(THIS IS A MESSAGE SENT 4/25/2013 TO THE STATEWIDE LISTSERVE FOR THE NORTH CAROLINA ADVOCATES FOR JUSTICE… THIS IS A POLITICAL POST, BUT DEALS WITH A GOVERNMENTAL ISSUE THAT AFFECTS THE FUTURE COMPOSITION OF THE STATE’S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATION AND THE … Continue reading
The Supreme Court of the United States (aka “SCOTUS” aka “The Supremes“) recently handed down a decision that will bring profound changes in the way North Carolina disburses settlement proceeds in catastrophic injury claims. Before this month’s decision, whenever a … Continue reading
After I posted my strong concerns about the the legal uncertainties that will surely rise if Amendment One passes on Tues (see below), I came across a really good analysis by NC POLICY WATCH’s Rob Schofield. He focused on four … Continue reading
I don’t want this new blog to be “political.” (I’m actually working on another blog for that — stay tuned!) It’s only when laws are being proposed that I know will have some pretty drastic consequences, I feel I have … Continue reading