December 7, 2022
Plaintiffs working the Institute for Justice have filed a lawsuit against food truck restrictions in Jacksonville, North Carolina. IJ attorney Bob Belden explains the case.
A vote for Senate Bill 48 could end ongoing legal disputes about a regulation that stifles health care competition.
Nearly two months after Greenville shut down its red-light camera program, the city continues to defend the program in court. Greenville filed paperwork Wednesday asking the N.C. Supreme Court to consider the issue.
Most clients in food truck lawsuits operate trucks themselves. A new suit in Jacksonville features a plaintiff barred from hosting a food truck on her private property.
Two North Carolina rivals will meet Nov. 18 in a showdown that never should occur in the United States. Instead of competing for a sports trophy or academic prize, they will battle for government favoritism. Millions of dollars will be on the line. The winner will receive state approval to acquire and operate a fixed...