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Civitas suggested the governor could funnel money from the $57.8 million mitigation fund to environmental groups that have spent money in the past supporting his election campaigns.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
Civitas President Francis De Luca says data suggests there are questions about "tens of thousands" of those who voted in the 2016 election.
The two lawyers bringing a case to throw out more than 3,000 ballots both have ties to the McCrory administration. The governor has turned down the state board's request to hire certain lawyers from the Brooks Pierce law firm.
A lawsuit filed by the conservative Civitas Institute throws another wrinkle into what is already a complex election landscape. Francis De Luca and his group have complained about same-day registration for years, saying it opens the state up to voter fraud.
Mark Binker and Cullen Browder
The spending plan rolled out by the state Senate in the coming weeks is likely to look drastically different from the House plan and much more likely to make hard-line conservative groups happy.
Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, urges support for the House budget proposal during May 21, 2015, debate.
A group of professors is accusing the McCrory administration of trying to silence its critics through a private foundation that has requested the correspondence of a UNC professor.
Jack Hawke, the longest-serving chairman in the history of the North Carolina Republican Party, has died, the party announced early Tuesday.
House Commerce has narrowly approved a proposal to freeze and repeal the state's renewable energy requirements for utility companies.
The state Republican Party is pushing for an investigation of a group linked to a controversial strategy memo, while Democratic Party officials have distanced themselves from the document.