Gov. Roy Cooper must keep his veto power in order to prevent abortion from being even more severely restricted in North Carolina — or outright banned.
Editor NC Voices
Abortion is on the ballot in North Carolina and EC Sykes has made his position against it very clear.
The expansion move by Chemours, who has for years endangered families surrounding their plant by releasing toxic chemicals into the Cape Fear River, has alarmed communities and activists.
Abortion banned. Same-sex marriage outlawed. Children no longer taught certain subjects in school. Loosened gun restrictions. This is what a North Carolina under a Gov. Mark Robinson would look like.
In North Carolina, extremism is ever present in the state’s Republican Party. As right-wing extremism grows post-Trump era, North Carolina will continue to witness the impact of continuous violent, divisive rhetoric.
The GOP in North Carolina would rather sow chaos in our system and weaken our democracy to the point of breaking than be beholden to the voters by fair and constitutional maps.
It is time for the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly to take measures that not only benefit businesses and corporations, but also the people.
If elected to the U.S. Senate, Ted Budd will keep doing what he’s always done: vote against the interests of regular working people in North Carolina while voting to keep himself wealthy.
The newest chapter in the state’s 28-year-old education case started in late August and continues with several hurdles coming its way.
The U.S. Department of Education has announced grants for two HBCUs that received bomb threats this year. Fayetteville State is one of the schools receiving the grants.