Info-graphics – Judicial Redistricting Maps

BY: - November 14, 2017

[tabgroup] [tab title=”District Court Double Bunkings”][table id=26 /].[/tab] [tab title=”Superior Court Double Bunkings”][table id=27 /][/tab] [/tabgroup]     [line_list] Use (+) and (-), double click, or mouse controls to zoom in and out of map Click and drag to move map Hover over marks to display name, affiliation, and other date Click (HOME) icon to […]

NC’s gerrymandering saga: Where things stand and what’s next

BY: - September 22, 2017

Read the full story here.

Generations of progress at risk: New report explains NC’s disappearing middle class

BY: - July 11, 2017

Does it feel like your paycheck never goes as far as it used to? Do you scratch your head when leaders in Raleigh talk about how great our economy is doing? Did you or someone you know lose a good job during the Great Recession and struggle mightily to recover ever since?

Fewer fish kills so far this season, but human negligence responsible for most deaths

BY: - July 5, 2017

erbicides, fabric dye and wet concrete discharging into North Carolina lakes and creeks have killed 1,470 fish so far this year, the lowest number since at least 2012.

Draft policing reforms for Wake schools come up short say children’s advocates – GX

BY: - June 13, 2017

Across all areas of school-based referrals made by SROs, Black students received far higher numbers of referrals than their peers.