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Thursday May 26th

N.c. General Assembly


NC requests stay on districting decision

During a weekend when most North Carolinians turned their attentions to Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers, a federal court ruled to referee North Carolina’s congressional districts — marking a temporary end to the battle over voting district fairness.

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Noah Lieberman is a UNC senior running for the N.C. House of  
Representatives.

Noah Lieberman goes to Raleigh

UNC senior Noah Lezin Lieberman could be that 6-foot-tall redhead on your bus. He loves the sweet potato gnocchi his mom makes from scratch. He competes in national Scrabble championships with his parents and two younger sisters.

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NC magistrates law challenged for constitutionality

Six North Carolina residents are challenging a law that allows magistrates to opt out performing civil marriages if it goes against their religious beliefs. The plaintiffs, who filed the complaint Wednesday and include both LGBT and interracial couples, argue the magistrates law uses taxpayer dollars for religious reasons and therefore violates the First Amendment. Charlotte-based lawyer Luke Largess, who filed the lawsuit in the U.S.

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