North Carolina

Lauren McCauley, staff writer
The crowd outside the North Carolina legislature building on Monday, June 23. (Photo: @NCBlondes/ Twitter)
Protesters who for over a year have railed against the "extremist" policies of the North Carolina legislature are now bringing their fight to the voting booth as the movement known as Moral Mondays launched a bold initiative to get-out-the-vote this week. “We have exposed the hypocrisy,” Rev. William J. Barber II, chief organizer of the protests...
Jon Queally, staff writer
Rakhee Devasthali, of Carrboro has her handcuffs removed by State Capitol Police Officer R. McCoy, left, as she is cited for trespassing and released on her own recognizance after partaking in a sit-in at the Capitol Building rotunda. Capitol Police moved everyone out of the building at closing time and 11 protesters remained inside with the doors locked. (Photo: News & Observer Chuck Liddy)
'Moral Monday' demonstrators took their fight back to the state capitol...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
After a day when hundreds rallied at the North Carolina legislative building...

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