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(The Center Square) – North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a bill Friday that would have allowed state residents to carry guns at places of worship that share property with private K-12 schools.
(The Center Square) – A bill that allows state residents to legally carry guns at places of worship that share property with private K-12 schools is on its way to North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper.
(The Center Square) – A bill that would allow state residents with concealed carry permits to legally carry guns at places of worship that share property with private K-12 schools cleared the North Carolina House on Thursday.
(The Center Square) – Elected officials would be allowed to carry a firearm in government buildings, courts and other restricted areas under a bill approved Wednesday by the North Carolina House.
(The Center Square) – Two bills that change gun ownership policy in North Carolina are heading to the state Senate for consideration.
BOONE — An estimated 70,000 gallons of untreated wastewater were discharged to Laurel Fork Stream within the Watauga River Basin when the Cottages of Boone experienced a discharge of untreated domestic wastewater, according to a press release from a Charlotte-based law firm on May 3.
Gun rights activists are hoping a New York legal battle headed to the nation's highest court will determine whether residents have the same right to concealed carry permits as people in 42 other states with less restrictive firearms laws.
(The Center Square) – Thirteen states, including Louisiana, have sued President Joe Biden’s administration, claiming the president’s moratorium on new oil and gas leases on public land and offshore waters violates federal law.
(The Center Square) – Anticipated federal policy changes to oil and gas leasing and permitting on federal lands “could shift oil production, prompting a realignment of Permian Basin activity between Texas and New Mexico,” a new report by the Dallas Fed says.