by Zack Ford Mar 23, 2016
The bill would override all municipal laws protecting workers and LGBT people.
by Samantha Page Mar 15, 2016
The most recent five-year plan from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management won't allow drilling in the Atlantic and will limit permits in the Arctic.
by Kira Lerner Mar 15, 2016
Five percent of registered voters do not have the appropriate ID.
by Zack Ford Feb 22, 2016
Charlotte might pass LGBT protections Monday night, but Gov. Pat McCrory (R) has vowed to counter them.
by Alice Ollstein Feb 17, 2016
It's a lose-lose situation for voters.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 16, 2016
“Before we even talk about where to site a pipeline, we need to figure out what pipeline is needed, if any.”
by Katie Valentine Feb 3, 2016
Over 100 towns have pledged their resistance to the Obama administration's plan for drilling for oil off the Atlantic coast.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 25, 2016
The NAACP is also arguing that the legislature intentionally waited until the Supreme Court struck down key protections in the Voting Rights Act before going forward with the ID law.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Jan 22, 2016
The Atlantic Coast Pipeline's proposed route crossed two national forests, and in doing so threatened endangered salamanders, flying squirrels, and restoration areas.
by Katie Valentine Jan 15, 2016
As of January 1, it's nearly impossible for citizens to legally gather evidence on and report instances of wrongdoing in North Carolina.