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The Charlotte City Council looks to spend $215 million to renovate the Uptown arena. Plus, the streetcar project raises concerns. And Charlotte has two of the most dangerous roads in NC.

Despite concerns over the bad deal the City of Charlotte inked years ago that requires public funding for arena improvements, the Council moved ahead on a longer-term deal to upgrade the facility.

Chris McCoy, the State Director of Americans For Prosperity – NC, says the Republican-led House should block the GOP-led Senate attempt to expand Medicaid.

Asheesh Agarwal, advisor with the American Edge Project, discusses how some antitrust  proposals by US politicians would damage our ability to compete with foreign adversaries. Plus: the critical mistakes & unlucky breaks in Uvalde.

North Carolina Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson spoke at the NRA event over the weekend, prompting political attacks by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper – who called for new gun control laws.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper responded to the Texas school shooting by calling for new  laws aimed at limiting gun ownership in the state and nation.

A look at the money starting to pour into North Carolina in the fight for the open US Senate seat. Plus, NC lawmakers introduce a Parents Bill of Rights. Outrage ensues.

With no legislative record to run on (or against), NC Democratic candidate for US Senate, Cheri Beasley, finds her court rulings under fire.

North Carolina Congressman Dan Bishop discusses what a woman is, the leaking of the Supreme Court’s Dobbs draft opinion, and the NC primary election results.

Sean Corrigan with the Special Operations Warrior Foundation discusses the work his organization does to take care of the children of fallen Special Operators and Medal of Honor recipients. Plus, it turns out that the Texas school shooter WAS known to police