Tag:judicial redistricting

  • A fight that’s not worth having

    If you can’t beat ‘em, sue ‘em. It has been the default setting of Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and his liberal allies even before the governor took office 14 months ago.  Any time the Republican-led General Assembly moved to assert its authority, the Left has given a simple response:…

  • Judicial reform committee meeting dominated by cross-talk

    Couples therapy might be dissolving into irreconcilable differences after Thursday’s bumpy initial meeting of the Joint Select Committee on Judicial Reform and Redistricting. During more than three hours of presentations and questioning, Democrats and Republicans often seemed to talk past one another, unlike the more collegial…

  • Keeping the politics out of judicial redistricting in North Carolina

    Last spring, Rep. Justin Burr, R-Stanly, filed a bill  that would establish new judicial and prosecutorial districts throughout the state and specify the number of judges and prosecutors for each While House Bill 717 didn’t come to a vote during the regular session, Burr has indicated he would try to have…