The North Carolina General Assembly passed one of the most lenient Voter ID laws in America – using court-approved legislation from other states, but leftist lawyers in robes still struck down the law. After Republicans won control of the state Supreme Court, lawmakers have another chance at getting the law enacted. Listen Here:
The North Carolina Supreme Court is deciding whether to re-hear the case over the state’s 2018 Voter ID law after the initial ruling was fast-tracked by Democrat judges before they lost their majority on the court. Listen Here:
As North Carolina Republican lawmakers move forward with their proposed expansion of Medicaid, some of their staffers argue conservatives should be happy about it because it eliminates 11% of anti-competitive regulations on medical facilities and services. Listen Here:
Ryan Brown, the Secretary of the NC Libertarian Party has reaction to the North Carolina Governor’s State of the State from last night. Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper called on Republicans to avoid culture war issues, then proceeded to make demands they acquiesce to Democrats’ cultural preferences. Listen Here:
North Carolina Senator Amy Galey (R-Alamance) sponsored (and shepherded through the state Senate) the Parents’ Bill of Rights. It codifies and clarifies the rights that parents have in accessing information from their local government school. Listen Here:
North Carolina lawmakers are moving a bunch of bills through the House and Senate – some that won approval in past sessions but were not signed, and others that failed to get passed by both chambers. Listen Here:
Hurricane Ian makes landfall into South Carolina, after ripping through Florida and leaving a trail of death and devastation. From NBC News: At least 12 people have died after Hurricane Ian tore across Florida with such ferocity that President Joe Biden said it could be the deadliest in the state’s history. Speaking after a briefing with Federal […]
In the first hour of the show, Chad Adams - filling in for Vince - talks about the differences between NC Governor Roy Cooper and SC Governor Henry McMaster and evaluates both of their time in office.
The 21st-ranked North Carolina Tar Heels look to build on back-to-back wins when traveling to Atlanta on Saturday (WBT, 7:30 PM). While Georgia Tech has played UNC closer than any other ACC opponent, the Yellow Jackets have struggled to find major success over the past six seasons. However, don't count GT out after holding No. 9 Clemson to 14 points last week.