Displaying items by tag: unconstitutional

A North Carolina woman’s tongue-in-cheek crusade to keep her personalized license plate is making national news and even scored her an interview on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

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RALEIGH — A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Gov. Roy Cooper's emergency powers has moved closer to a resolution. The senior resident Superior Court judge for Wake County has agreed the case should head to a three-judge panel.

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RALEIGH — When the U.S. Supreme Court announced Monday that it would take up a case challenging UNC-Chapel Hill's admissions policy, the court made the rare decision to shorten the normal federal appeals process.

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Some laws turn out to be unconstitutional. It’s usually up to the courts to make that determination.

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RALEIGH — The latest legal challenge to North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship Program could be decided by a single judge or a three-judge panel. Arguments presented in recent days to the N.C. Court of Appeals focus on the case's destination.

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RALEIGH — A collection of churches filed a federal lawsuit Thursday, May 14, challenging Gov. Roy Cooper’s executive order banning mass gatherings, a move that has severely limited indoor worship services.

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In the age of COVID-19, is pushing a shopping cart really safer than holding a hymnal? 

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RALEIGH — A three-judge N.C. Superior Court panel has tossed out North Carolina’s election maps for state House and Senate districts. The court has ordered state lawmakers to draw new maps in two weeks.

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