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Sailing With Shredded Flags

Editorial by Nelda Holder     It is my alarming observation that the state of North Carolina, my own home state and host to my immigrant great-great grandfather, a stone mason from Ireland (who helped build the Capitol in Raleigh), is currently sailing with shredded flags straight into a hurricane. Battered by numerous constitutional issues that have involved no less than the lifeblood of our nation—the right to vote—we are now facing a monumental storm that is being fed by political climate change. And yes,…   Continue Reading »

Two hundred forty years, and counting …

The North Carolina court system will be celebrating several significant anniversaries between 2016 and 2019 cialis generique en belgique. Chief Justice Mark Martin has announced plans to acknowledge the 50th anniversary of the state’s unified court system, the District Court, and the Administrative Office of the Courts (1966-2016), and the Court of Appeals (1967-2017). The anniversary of the district courts will be celebrated in each county during 2016 (see Celebrate.NCcourts.org). Also in line for celebration will be the 200th anniversary of the NC Supreme Court…   Continue Reading »

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