@NC Capitol: Top 25 Stories
Lawsuit says HB2 effects still felt
Transgender people in North Carolina are still effectively prevented from using restrooms matching their gender identity under a law that replaced the state's notorious "bathroom bill" earlier this year, according to a lawsuit filed Friday.
Human trafficking bill among nearly 30 Cooper signs into law
Increased efforts to discourage human trafficking in North Carolina are among one of nearly 30 additional bills that Gov. Roy Cooper has signed into law.
North Carolina court: New elections board can stay vacant
North Carolina's highest court says a revamped state elections board that also oversees ethics and lobbying controversies can stay in limbo for now, a holding pattern that could last months.
Legislative leaders end lawsuit over Cooper's Medicaid hopes
North Carolina Republican legislative leaders are stopping their lawsuit to block efforts by new Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper to expand Medicaid before President Barack Obama left office.
North Carolina court to rule on law on governor's elections role
North Carolina's highest court is speeding up a final decision on whether Republican legislators could strip down the election oversight powers of the state's new Democratic governor.
Published: 2011-01-28 17:11:00
Updated: 2014-08-27 14:33:42