Did you know that local elections are happening right now in North Carolina?!
Over 30,000 North Carolinians Lost Medicaid Coverage During August Due To NCGA Republican’s Budget Delay
According to The Winston-Salem Journal, an additional 31,526 North Carolinians lost their Medicaid coverage at the end of August
NC Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Newby Behind ‘Political Hit Job’ Against Justice Anita Earls, Democratic Lawmakers Say
North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul Newby is personally behind the effort to investigate a fellow Supreme Court justice who spoke out against racial and gender biases within the state court system, a Democratic lawmaker claimed earlier this month, WRAL reported.
A new report by the Movement Advancement Project (MAP) rates North Carolina at “moderate risk” of election denialism jeopardizing future elections
In the past few weeks, school districts across the state have struggled to implement provisions included in Senate Bill 49, also known as North Carolina’s version of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
Lt. Gov Mark Robinson Raffles Off AR-15, Handguns On Same Day as Anti-Gun Violence Rally Hosted by Students
The 2024 gubernatorial race is in full swing in North Carolina and finding himself millions of dollars behind his likely Democratic opponent in fundraising, Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson held a VIP fundraiser last weekend where he raffled off multiple guns.
In recent years, mental health and wellbeing has become increasingly relevant in discussions around education, both in K-12 and university settings. According to a recent study, roughly 70% of students in bachelor’s degree programs contemplate dropping out of college due to emotional stress.
According to a report by The New York Times, large out-of-state investors have bought up middle- and working-class neighborhoods across the state. The Wall Street takeover of local communities is coming at an expense for many homeowners in North Carolina.
Students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have been busy over the last several weeks demanding that legislators in Raleigh take action to stop easy access to guns and find a way to deal with gun violence across the state.
In recent years, extremist groups have set up shop in hundreds of school districts in the U.S. – pushing the wave of book bans, erasure of school curriculum, and measures targeting Black and LGBTQ+ students.