Last night, I reported here that the North Carolina Medical Society is gearing up to lobby Republicans in the General Assembly to expand Medicaid. The…Read More
GREENSBORO, NC — There can be no graver time for a community to be able to trust its journalists than when they are reporting on the use of deadly force by the police. WGHP breached that trust when it tried to pass off a press release from the Greensboro Police Department on the fatal police shooting of Christopher Tokazowski as original reporting.Read More
RALEIGH, NC -State lawmakers return to Raleigh for session starting on Monday night, where they will undoubtedly face calls to repeal HB2.
Thousands vow to make their voices heard for and against HB2. On Monday, April 25th, rallies and demonstrations will be held on the state capitol. It will be the first time lawmakers head back to work since the law was passed over a month and a half ago.
At a town hall in Greensboro, Friday night, people preparing to attend the rally in opposition came together to plan their steps ahead of the session.
The town hall, hosted by the ACLU, Human Rights Campaign and Equality NC was held at the Beloved Community Center of Greensboro.