Category: Government

New Regulations Proposed for Partnerships Between Government and Faith-Based Groups

by Moe White Proposals will implement important religious-liberty protections, says church-state watchdog. Proposed regulations released August 5 by nine federal agencies will bring about necessary Read more »

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Controversial Monument Preservation Bill is Now the (Questionable) Law

By Nelda Holder – It was a simple bill when first filed on February 3, 2015 in the North Carolina General Assembly. But Senate Bill Read more »

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Serve on the Planning & Zoning Commission Advisory Board

The City of Asheville has vacancies on the Planning and Zoning Commission and is actively seeking city residents to serve. The Commission is an advisory Read more »

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Confederate Battle Flag Comes Down in South Carolina

Columbia, SC – Cheers could be heard for miles around as the Confederate battle flag was removed Friday, July 10, 2015 at 10 a.m., from Read more »

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South Carolina Legislature Moves to Take Down Confederate Flag

The debate was on-going and heated in the South Carolina House of Representatives. In a surprise vote shortly after 1 a.m. on Thursday, July 9, Read more »

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It’s Time for Us to Have a Modern, Post-Confederate, Constitution

by Dr. Henry Bain – South Carolina’s battle flag may soon come down from the capitol flagpole, but other symbols of the Confederacy’s ideology remain Read more »

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Rewrite the United States Constitution

Maybe it’s time to do what Thomas Jefferson advised every generation to do. The Constitution has served as a framework for the government of the Read more »

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Governor McCrory Signs Foster Care Family Act Into Law

Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills into law July 2 to support foster care children and families. Senate Bill 423, or the Foster Care Family Read more »

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Legislators Vote to Keep Paying the Bills

By Nelda Holder – The North Carolina General Assembly has approved a temporary spending bill to keep state government operational until August 14. The bill Read more »

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Buncombe County District Attorney’s Office to Hold Expunction Clinic

In a new partnership, the Buncombe County District Attorney’s Office, Pisgah Legal Services, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and the N.C. Justice Center will join Read more »

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