Brooke Conrad - Carolina Journal News Service

Brooke Conrad - Carolina Journal News Service

RALEIGH — A three-judge panel unanimously upheld North Carolina’s new congressional districts, just in time for 2020 candidates to start filing.

RALEIGH — It’s been more than a decade since 22 people with the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office were ousted because of rampant corruption.

RALEIGH — North Carolina hemp farmers are bracing for an onslaught of federal regulation.

RALEIGH — Justin Hamilton’s company farm last year lost an entire greenhouse of hemp — somewhere between $25,000 and $35,000 — because his crop violated the state’s tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) threshold by 0.1%.

RALEIGH — The state House has passed a new congressional map, giving Democrats a better chance to pick up U.S. House seats in 2020, based on recent voting history.

RALEIGH — For several North Carolina counties, the General Assembly’s new election maps may misrepresent the actual population counts by around 20%.

RALEIGH — The 2019 legislative session won’t end until 2020.

RALEIGH — Don’t retire the lottery machines just yet. Experts say the General Assembly may soon enter another round of map redraws.

RALEIGH — The General Assembly is one step closer to settling the smokable hemp dispute after months of deliberation.

RALEIGH — Some House members want to give the N.C. Department of Transportation an emergency bailout.

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