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Larry D Hall, NC Democratic House LeaderThe North Carolina House Democratic Caucus elected Representative Larry D. Hall (D-Durham) as the Democratic Leader of North Carolina House. Hall has served in the North Carolina House since 2006. Hall has been a key leader in the Caucus, serving as a Democratic Caucus Whip since 2009 and Freshman Leader for the House Democratic Caucus in 2006. Hall is a practicing attorney in Durham and previously served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps for 16 years. Hall was appointed chairman of the North Carolina Courts Commission in 2011.

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Aug1

ignoreNorth Carolinians Being Ignored

NC Republican leadership not representing citizens' views

 

The Republican leadership in the North Carolina General Assembly are out of touch with the views of people in the state of North Carolina.  The actions of the Republican decision makers in Raleigh do not reflect the attitudes nor provide for the needs of North Carolinians.

Jul25

Downtown DurhamDurham Moral Monday

Moral Monday comes to Durham at CCB Plaza

 

The Moral March to the Polls Rally will be held at the CCB Plaza, 201 N. Corcoran Street in Durham on Monday, July28th, starting at 5:30pm.

Jul24

— House Democrats are accusing Republican Speaker Thom Tillis of abuse of power for refusing to release funds for caucus staff and using parliamentary maneuvers to cut off debate.


Read more at http://www.wral.com/house-dems-accuse-tillis-of-abuse-of-power/13812387/#3X4fFJ6RfcxhBDQ2.99

Jul18

Access DeniedRepublicans have shut down the debate process and the opportunity for legislators to vote on select legislation. The motion to table, a motion that tables a bill and all its amendments thereby not allowing a vote, has been used in blatant attempts to silence any voice that does not agree with the Republican agenda.

 

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North Carolina’s new voting restrictions were passed last year by the Republican supermajority, after the United States Supreme Court struck down Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.  Several states that previously had to get approval to change their election laws passed oppressive voting rights laws designed to disenfranchised select groups of voters.  North Carolina is now considered to have the most suppressive voter laws in the country. This week, a federal judge denied a preliminary injunction that would have stopped some parts of this state’s voting rights law from taking effect in November’s elections.

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