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Occupancy rule in question

By William R. Toler A housing ordinance in one eastern Carolina city has the potential to be overturned, but it’s not looking good for those that want it gone. Greenville has had a rule on the books  since 1981 that prohibits … Continue reading

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Lethal force against law enforcement OK’d in Indiana

By William R. Toler A new law in Indiana has liberty activists cheering and law enforcement cringing. A recent addition to the state’s Castle Doctrine bill gives residents the greenlight to use lethal force to protect their homes and vehicles … Continue reading

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