Our April 2016 newspaper highlights the new NC Energy Crooks site and video, and provides coverage of the HB2 debate. The issue also looks at how one State Board of Elections member controls visiting hours at polls; how a licensing board keeps a dancer from the treatment she needs; the governor’s health budget; teacher pay in NC; voter registration; Center for Law and Freedom news; and why the state needs better background checks on teachers. You can read the paper below.
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