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Too many in the dark on sunshine laws

By Corey Friedman Leaders don’t always need legislative victories to sweep aside inconvenient laws. Sometimes, a misinformed majority is all it takes. From the governor’s mansion to a town hall in our own backyard, elected executives have decided they can … Continue reading

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Private police records should be public

By Corey Friedman North Carolina residents can legally be kept in the dark when it comes to the actions of sworn police officers enforcing state laws on private college campuses. In a wrongheaded and poorly reasoned June 5 ruling, the … Continue reading

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State of emergency causes firearms firestorm in N.C.

By William R. Toler North Carolina gun owners beware. If you get caught with a weapon during a declared state of emergency, you could be a criminal. That’s what the people of King in Stokes County had to learn the … Continue reading

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