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Bev misrepresents state of emergency

By William R. Toler Former I.R. contributer Richard Evey brings up a good point: the governor cannot override a state law by a simple announcement. Last Thursday, as Hurricane Earl made its way toward the Tarheel State, Governor Bev Perdue … Continue reading

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NC faces Second Amendment suit

By William R. Toler North Carolina’s emergency powers are under scrutiny in a recent lawsuit. The Second Amendment Foundation filed suit late last month challenging a little-known provision of the state’s emergency powers that prohibits the sale and transportation of … Continue reading

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Second Amendment wins again

By William R. Toler The city of New Orleans agreed to return hundreds of guns to their owners following the settelement of a law suit brought forth by the National Rifle Association according to the Times-Picayune. Gunowners had their firearms … Continue reading

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