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Voter ID lawsuit hearing tentatively set for January

A federal judge refused to dismiss challenges to North Carolina’s Voter ID law during a court hearing on Friday, and set a new tentative hearing for Jan. 16. The N.C. General Assembly passed the law two years ago, requiring voters to have photo ID when voting in-person. It would go into effect in 2016, possibly influencing the upcoming presidential primaries.

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Solar energy sees storm clouds approaching

By Lobke van Meijel Staff Writer North Carolina became the fourth state to reach 1 gigawatt of installed solar energy power last week, thereby leading the American South-East in providing clean energy to customers. “I think its a very significant milestone” said Steve Well, Policy Research Associate for the UNC Institute for the Environment.

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