Image-uploaded-from-iOS--2-What do fixing an unnecessary public education crisis, the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, and the composition of the State Board of Elections have to do with each other? Nothing at all - except HB 90, which is heading to Gov Cooper's desk. “This is a difficult vote to take, and it’s difficult because we’re voting on three separate matters,” said Rep. Deb Butler, a Wilmington Democrat who dubbed the package a “kitchen sink bill.” Read more here.

The NCGA has adjourned, possibly until the May short session. Time for us to organize for fairness and transparency in Raleigh! It's not too late to sign up for a team, donate, or join us for our kick-off this Sunday in Durham. Join us!

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