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Power of the Pen, formerly called Durham Women Vote, our letter writing campaign to encourage new and infrequent voters to vote is now up and running. This year, we are enlisting men to write to men as well.
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ELECTION WAKE UP CALL
A new analysis shows that election law changes, confusion, and poor preparation may have blocked as many as 50,000 voters. This election should be a wake-up call: If the 2013 law is not overturned, large-scale changes will be needed to avert a disaster in the 2016
Picking Losers: Why the Majority of NC's Incentive Programs End in Failure
By Allan M. Freyer Director, Workers' Rights Project Feb. 2015
If North Carolina continues to use incentives to pick winners and losers in economic development, the state needs to do a much better job of picking winners. More than half of all firms receiving incentive awards from the state’s JobDevelopment InvestmentGrant (JDIG)
Wake judge allows case on voter ID law to proceed to trial
Superior Court Judge Mike Morgan won’t dismiss challenge to state’s 2013 election law
By Anne Blythe
firstname.lastname@example.org February 27, 2015
RALEIGH — A Wake County judge has refused to dismiss a challenge to North Carolina’s voter ID law, saying in a ruling issued Friday that most of the claims in the lawsuit are strong enough to take to trial