Tag: North Carolina
Judge Loretta Biggs said the law's provision preventing voters from showing public assistance ID cards to vote was “particularly suspect.”
"School and district officials are working closely and in full cooperation with the local authorities to address this matter consistent with school board policy and state laws.”
But if the FEMA response to recent disasters is any indication, storm victims could face barriers in securing federal aid – especially if they're not white.
Even if the storm weakens, experts warn Hurricane Florence could kill thousands of farm animals and trigger catastrophic waste spills from sewage treatment plants, hog waste lagoons and chicken farms.
People up and down the coast are preparing for extreme flooding and what the National Hurricane Center is calling a “life-threatening storm surge.”
If convicted of the falsification of records charge, Sgt. Robert George could receive up to 20 years.
In Greensboro, North Carolina, building trust among undocumented residents and local police has been the first step toward supporting the vulnerable in their community.