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NC Justice Center in the News

November 2018

“This Week In NC Politics: Voter ID, Economic Incentives And Election Fraud Allegations,” WUNC, November 30,
(Rob Schofield interview)

“Legislature passes corporate HQ incentive bill; Charlotte appears in line to gain Honeywell,” Winston-Salem Journal, November 29,
(quotes Allan Freyer)

“Why are people hungry in North Carolina?,” Socialist Worker, November 28,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“Hise faces hearing today over campaign finance violations,” McDowell News, November 27,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“N.C. Senate bill would likely steer incentives for corporate headquarters projects to Raleigh and Charlotte,” Greensboro News & Record, November 27,
(cites Budget & Tax Center)

“Hise agrees to pay $500 fine, reimburse the state over campaign finance violations,” McDowell News, November 27,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“App steers you away from local crime; but does it magnify fear, social divisions?,” Durham Herald-Sun, November 26,
(quotes Martine Aurelien)

“‘Public Charge’ Change May Affect Many NC Children,” Public News Service, November 23,
(quotes Kate Woomer-Deters)

“4 concrete ways NC R’s and D’s can work together,” Charlotte Observer, November 23,
(cites HAP)

“N.C. schools chief offered a $250 prize to take a survey and 22,000 parents responded,” Raleigh News & Observer, November 18, (also at Greensboro News & Record:
(quotes Rob Schofield)

“Commentary: Insane immigration policies supported by those with something to gain,” Independent Tribune, November 16,
(cites NC Justice Center)

“Orgs name new board members,” QNotes, November 16,
(cites NC Justice Center)

“D.C. nonprofit-backed Michigan news site to launch with Demas at helm,” Crain’s Detroit Business, November 16,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“What online readers say about …,” Salisbury Post, November 16,
(cites Rob Schofield)

“Beware of special session,” Salisbury Post, November 14,
(Rob Schofield column)

“UNC Board of Governors Search for New System President,” Spectrum News, November 13,
(Billy Watch interview)

“Breaking GOP super majority could lead to compromises or gridlock,” Winston-Salem Journal, November 12,
(quotes Rick Glazier, Billy Ball, Rob Schofield)

“Meet Raven McKoy: Anti-poverty activist eager to make a difference in the community,” Fayetteville Observer, November 11,
(Raven McKoy profile)

“Allen Johnson: Parting reflections on last week’s midterm elections,” Greensboro News & Record, November 11,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“Medicaid expansion prospects may be little brighter in N.C.,” Winston-Salem Journal, November 11,
(quotes Brendan Riley)

“5 key election wins for Democrats,” The Robesonian, November 11,
(Rob Schofield column)

“N.C. teachers warned they would remember; they did,” Raleigh News & Observer, November 9,
(also at Asheboro Courier-Tribune:

“Losing the Lede to North Carolina’s Far Right,” Splinter News, November 9,
(cites Kris Nordstrom)

“This Week In NC Politics: Midterms 2018,” WUNC, November 9,
(Rob Schofield interview)

“Silent Sam decision deadline pushed back,” Greensboro News & Record, November 9,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“N.C. Officials to Eliminate Health Benefits for Transgender Individuals,” The Carolinian, November 8,
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“With focus on immigration, voters in NC’s seven largest counties elected black sheriffs,” Durham Herald-Sun, November 8, (also at the Raleigh News & Observer:
(cites NC Policy Watch)

“‘The stars lined up’ in deViere’s upset state Senate win,” Fayetteville Observer, November 8,
(quotes Rick Glazier)

“Commentary: How can we make WS/FCS a grade A School Choice District?,” Winston-Salem Chronicle, November 8,
(cites Kris Nordstrom)

“The Trump Administration’s Transgender Memo: The Future of Trans Civil Rights Within the United States and Abroad,” Meredith Herald, November 7,
(cites Joe Killian)

“Voters give Democrats a power boost in NC legislature,” Davidson Dispatch, November 7, (also at Shelby Star:, Burlington Times-News:
(quotes Rick Glazier)

“Rep. Billy Richardson wins in N.C. House District 44,” Fayetteville Observer, November 6,
(cites Rick Glazier)

“Election 2018: Amendments address hunting, fishing and tax cap,” Salisbury Post, November 4,
(cites Budget & Tax Center)

“Complexity of constitutional amendments may determine fate,” Winston-Salem Journal, November 4,
(quotes Rick Glazier)

“This Week In NC Politics: The Final Stretch Before The Midterm Election,” WUNC, November 2,
(Rob Schofield interview)

“Tax bills, school spending, fairness all factors in tax cap amendment debate,” Asheville Citizen-Times, November 1,
(quotes Alexandra Sirota)

“NC lawmaker says he’ll stop ‘needless’ Wake student reassignments. But what can he do?,” Raleigh News & Observer, November 1,
(quotes Kris Nordstrom)

Past Press Links: 2018, 2017