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Four ways today’s love is changed

Guest Commentary

There was a time, in a white-dominated, male-regulated, tone-deaf, Protestant version of America, when “love” was patient and kind, not envious, boastful or proud. It did not dishonor others, self-seek. It was not easily angered and kept no record of wrongs.

N.C. redistricting: what’s the latest?

SCOTUS granted stay, gave no hint about a final decision

The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) recently heard arguments regarding the fairness of legislative districts that a three-judge district court panel had held to be unconstitutionally gerrymandered. The previous court’s decision ordered North Carolina legislators to redraw the district maps and hold special elections in 2017. On Jan. 10, the SCOTUS granted GOP legislators a stay on the lower court’s order.

Constituent rally on SCOTUS appointee slated for March 21

Senators urged to ‘do your job’

Local constituents will assemble outside the offices of Sen. Thom Tillis on March 21, 12:30 p.m., at 9300 Harris Corners Pkwy., to urge both Sen. Tillis and Sen. Richard Burr to uphold their constitutional obligation to consider a presidential appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court.