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He’s refusing to enforce an “order” that includes people comply with clearly unconstitutional edicts—whether a judge says they’re unconstitutional or not.
He’s refusing to enforce an “order” that includes people comply with clearly unconstitutional edicts—whether a judge says they’re unconstitutional or not.
 
Representative Kidwell has drafted Legislation that if passed by the General Assembly will put a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot in November.
Representative Kidwell has drafted Legislation that if passed by the General Assembly will put a Constitutional Amendment on the ballot in November.
 
George Thomas writes for National Affairs about the important role of constitutional law in today’s polarized political climate.
George Thomas writes for National Affairs about the important role of constitutional law in today’s polarized political climate.
 
The North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law (“NCICL”) offered its assistance to Governor Cooper and local governments in rescinding or revising orders unconstitutionally restricting the rights of the people to free speech and to assembly.
The North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law (“NCICL”) offered its assistance to Governor Cooper and local governments in rescinding or revising orders unconstitutionally restricting the rights of the people to free speech and to assembly.
 
Some governors, mayors, and county executives are already extending their shelter-in-place decrees and economic shutdowns beyond what President Trump has signaled he’ll do nationally.
Some governors, mayors, and county executives are already extending their shelter-in-place decrees and economic shutdowns beyond what President Trump has signaled he’ll do nationally.
 
Guns, assembly, even religion are now on the chopping block.
 
Few people want to spend time these days debating the finer points of constitutional law and government’s separation of powers.
Few people want to spend time these days debating the finer points of constitutional law and government’s separation of powers.
 
Definition of 'gatherings' isn't clear when churches are included but malls aren't
 
The North Carolina Court of Appeals ordered a preliminary injunction of North Carolina’s voter ID law in a decision released today (Holmes v. Moore, COA 19-762).
The North Carolina Court of Appeals ordered a preliminary injunction of North Carolina’s voter ID law in a decision released today (Holmes v. Moore, COA 19-762).
 
Superior Court Judge David Lee released a consultant’s report that recommended spending another $8 billion over eight years to ensure the state complies with the constitutional requirement to provide all children an opportunity to receive a sound, basic education.
Superior Court Judge David Lee released a consultant’s report that recommended spending another $8 billion over eight years to ensure the state complies with the constitutional requirement to provide all children an opportunity to receive a sound, basic education.
 
When the American people were debating whether to adopt our Constitution, North Carolina (a hotbed of anti-federalism) took the lead in ensuring the document was amended to include a bill of rights.
When the American people were debating whether to adopt our Constitution, North Carolina (a hotbed of anti-federalism) took the lead in ensuring the document was amended to include a bill of rights.
 
Remarks by President Trump on the Announcement of Guidance on Constitutional Prayer in Public Schools
 
It is a pleasure to write about good news and what appears to be an improving jail situation. Two events are going to help a lot.
It is a pleasure to write about good news and what appears to be an improving jail situation. Two events are going to help a lot.
 
In the past several weeks, a bevy of states have passed extensive new restrictions on abortion.
In the past several weeks, a bevy of states have passed extensive new restrictions on abortion.
 
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
 
Student IDs across the University of North Carolina System aren't fully eligible for use under the state's new voter ID law, but the university is working to make sure qualifying students and employees can vote, a top UNC official says
Student IDs across the University of North Carolina System aren't fully eligible for use under the state's new voter ID law, but the university is working to make sure qualifying students and employees can vote, a top UNC official says
 
A few weeks ago I wrote an article about the US Constitution. I focused on the content of the Constitution.
A few weeks ago I wrote an article about the US Constitution. I focused on the content of the Constitution.
 
Is it the job of government to make you happy? While it may seem like a straightforward question, there are some important subtleties packed into those few words.
Is it the job of government to make you happy? While it may seem like a straightforward question, there are some important subtleties packed into those few words.
 
On Sunday, radio host Rush Limbaugh made a rare appearance on television, this time on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace.
On Sunday, radio host Rush Limbaugh made a rare appearance on television, this time on "Fox News Sunday" with Chris Wallace.
 
I am a fiscal conservative. I recognize that government at all levels has important tasks to do, tasks that make us all better off if done at a reasonable cost.
I am a fiscal conservative. I recognize that government at all levels has important tasks to do, tasks that make us all better off if done at a reasonable cost.
 
Thank you for your letter of January 3, 2019, sent to me long after the Shutdown began, inviting me to address the Nation on January 29th as to the State of the Union.
Thank you for your letter of January 3, 2019, sent to me long after the Shutdown began, inviting me to address the Nation on January 29th as to the State of the Union.
 
Saying "It's time for elected officials to start making a difference, not a career," U.S. Rep. George Holding, R-2nd District, introduced an amendment Tuesday to the U.S. Constitution limiting terms of U.S. House and Senate members.
Saying "It's time for elected officials to start making a difference, not a career," U.S. Rep. George Holding, R-2nd District, introduced an amendment Tuesday to the U.S. Constitution limiting terms of U.S. House and Senate members.
 
2019 was only four days old when we got the announcement the U.S. Supreme Court was going to hear arguments on North Carolina's redistricting lawsuit in March. Once again, our state will be in the political spotlight.
2019 was only four days old when we got the announcement the U.S. Supreme Court was going to hear arguments on North Carolina's redistricting lawsuit in March. Once again, our state will be in the political spotlight.
 
U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, legislation that will allow individuals with concealed carry privileges in their home state to exercise those rights in any other state with concealed carry laws, while abiding by that state's laws.
U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, legislation that will allow individuals with concealed carry privileges in their home state to exercise those rights in any other state with concealed carry laws, while abiding by that state's laws.
 
An integral part of my initiative, coming back on the board of Beaufort County commissioners, is to be as respectful as a commissioner as each of my fellow commissioners deserve, and they will tell me /us that formula themselves as this political dance is enjoined.
An integral part of my initiative, coming back on the board of Beaufort County commissioners, is to be as respectful as a commissioner as each of my fellow commissioners deserve, and they will tell me /us that formula themselves as this political dance is enjoined.
 
The nearly two-year battle over the Bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement may come to a close soon with the General Assembly essentially handing Gov. Roy Cooper a victory in the separation-of-powers struggle
The nearly two-year battle over the Bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement may come to a close soon with the General Assembly essentially handing Gov. Roy Cooper a victory in the separation-of-powers struggle
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 824, An Act to Implement the Constitutional Amendment Requiring Photographic Identification to Vote
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 824, An Act to Implement the Constitutional Amendment Requiring Photographic Identification to Vote
 
These descriptors were tossed around the N.C. House floor during a Dec. 5 debate over a bill which codifies a new constitutional amendment requiring voters to present photo identification at the ballot box
These descriptors were tossed around the N.C. House floor during a Dec. 5 debate over a bill which codifies a new constitutional amendment requiring voters to present photo identification at the ballot box
 
With little debate, the N.C. Senate Thursday morning sent Senate Bill 854, the measure implementing the constitutional amendment requiring voters to present photo identification at the polls, to Gov. Roy Cooper
With little debate, the N.C. Senate Thursday morning sent Senate Bill 854, the measure implementing the constitutional amendment requiring voters to present photo identification at the polls, to Gov. Roy Cooper
 
A bill to satisfy North Carolina's new constitutional amendment requiring photo identification for voters is too broad, allowing multiple forms of voter identification that could gum up the system and encourage voter fraud, some Republican legislators say
A bill to satisfy North Carolina's new constitutional amendment requiring photo identification for voters is too broad, allowing multiple forms of voter identification that could gum up the system and encourage voter fraud, some Republican legislators say
 
Voter ID is constitutional in North Carolina. And not just because more than 2 million voters, 55 percent of those casting ballots, said so last month
Voter ID is constitutional in North Carolina. And not just because more than 2 million voters, 55 percent of those casting ballots, said so last month
 
Lawmakers are developing rules for the freshly passed voter ID constitutional amendment
 
Earlier this month, North Carolina's voters considered six constitutional amendment proposals and approved four of them
Earlier this month, North Carolina's voters considered six constitutional amendment proposals and approved four of them
 
The 2018 ballot was loaded with constitutional amendments. Six, to be exact. Four will become part of the state constitution, but the General Assembly must pass enabling legislation for one, "Requires a photo ID to vote in person."
The 2018 ballot was loaded with constitutional amendments. Six, to be exact. Four will become part of the state constitution, but the General Assembly must pass enabling legislation for one, "Requires a photo ID to vote in person."
 
Just seven weeks remain for veto-proof Republican supermajorities in the N.C. General Assembly. That gives GOP lawmakers plenty of time to craft, unveil, and approve new legislation
Just seven weeks remain for veto-proof Republican supermajorities in the N.C. General Assembly. That gives GOP lawmakers plenty of time to craft, unveil, and approve new legislation
 
More than 2 million voters cast one-stop early voting and absentee ballots during an 18-day period ending Saturday, astonishing political observers
More than 2 million voters cast one-stop early voting and absentee ballots during an 18-day period ending Saturday, astonishing political observers
 
Now that Democrats have erased the GOP's veto-proof majorities for the 2019 legislative session, Republican lawmakers could try to rush initiatives through a lame duck legislative session scheduled for Nov. 27, a top political observer says
Now that Democrats have erased the GOP's veto-proof majorities for the 2019 legislative session, Republican lawmakers could try to rush initiatives through a lame duck legislative session scheduled for Nov. 27, a top political observer says
 
The 2018 midterm was one of the most interesting elections held in our state. While there wasn't the "blue wave" many had predicted, this was a change election
The 2018 midterm was one of the most interesting elections held in our state. While there wasn't the "blue wave" many had predicted, this was a change election
 
In addition to choosing representatives, and deciding six statewide constitutional amendments Tuesday, Nov. 6, North Carolina voters approved more than $1.8 billion in local bonds for K-12 and community college projects, parks and open spaces, low-income housing, and street improvements
In addition to choosing representatives, and deciding six statewide constitutional amendments Tuesday, Nov. 6, North Carolina voters approved more than $1.8 billion in local bonds for K-12 and community college projects, parks and open spaces, low-income housing, and street improvements
 
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