The answer: big telecoms and the legislators who do their bidding
Senator Brent Jackson, whose farm is being sued by seven of its guest workers, has to pay an average of $103.81 to twenty-one employees. The reason is unclear.
In Wake County, they’re scared of Donald Trump—but not altogether sold on Hillary Clinton
For forty years, the academic, author, and lawmaker was on the front lines of social justice.
Duke Energy has said only a small amount of ash leaked out. The advocates aren’t buying it.
Another black men dead. Another city on edge. How long before it happens here?
Of that, $160 million comes from lost sporting events alone
The state party instructed local GOP elections officials to limit early voting as much as possible.
Carolinians for Freedom, a front group set up by the Republican Attorneys General Association, has little to do with Carolina.
Advocates say the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission wants the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to end a program that protects them
Governor McCrory’s lawyer said the law is constitutional because it isn’t enforced. No, really.
The Raleigh man says the state illegally blocked access to a Maoist newsletter
A lawsuit involving a state senator’s farm raises troubling questions
The plan is to tie Trump to the NCGOP. But will that be enough?
These operators can be for-profit or nonprofit. But they cannot be the Department of Public Instruction.
The state’s voucher fund may soon be ten times as big, and many of its recipients openly discriminate against LGBTQ students
Vouchers, HB 2, control of the General Assembly—they’re all up for grabs in an election you probably didn’t know was happening
Critics say the rules are a gift to Big Tobacco
As evidence mounts that these programs work, conservative opposition melts away
What will they screw up next?