This week on “The Debrief”:

* A record 6 gubernatorial vetoes are overridden in one day by the state legislature. The bills becoming law are generating strong opinions on both sides of the aisle; common-sense to Republicans, accusations of mean-spirited from Democrats.

* New laws could cut down on long waiting lists for in-demand charter school programs.

* Students head back to campus this week, as UNC schools adjust to the U.S. Supreme Court decision banning race-based admissions.

* An elections bill from the state legislature bans private money in administering elections, sets election day ballot deadlines, and more as the 2024 campaigns get off the ground.

Be sure to visit each day for the latest on North Carolina politics and public policy.