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NC lawyers face bar complaints for Racial Justice Act work

Gretchen Engel, director of the Durham-based Center for Death Penalty Litigation, and Cassandra Stubbs, a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties Union Capital Punishment Project, were among a team of attorneys who used the short-lived law to convert a North Carolina death row inmate’s sentence in 2012 to life without possibility for parole.

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Luke DeCock

NC natives usher NC State out of tournament

Tarboro’s Montrezl Harrell was Louisville’s best player, dominating NC State inside, and Raleigh’s Anton Gill scored all seven of his points in the final seven minutes, essentially to put the game away. The ACC is moving on, but the Wolfpack is not after a 75-65 loss to Louisville.

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Tillis and Burr vote for same-sex marriage benefits

North Carolina Sens. Thom Tillis and Richard Burr were among 11 Republicans who voted with Democrats Thursday night for a non-binding budget amendment that would give legally married same-sex spouses Social Security and veterans benefits they have earned, and ensure them equal treatment under the law.

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Cary residents weigh in on Cary Towne Center proposal

Cary Towne Center’s request to allow three-story buildings at the mall prompted a mixture of responses from Cary residents on Thursday in what was seen as the first step in a long process toward welcoming TopGolf, a Texas-based company that builds elaborate driving range/restaurant complexes.

Luke DeCock

NC natives usher NC State out of tournament

Tarboro’s Montrezl Harrell was Louisville’s best player, dominating NC State inside, and Raleigh’s Anton Gill scored all seven of his points in the final seven minutes, essentially to put the game away. The ACC is moving on, but the Wolfpack is not after a 75-65 loss to Louisville.

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Weekly news quiz week ending 3/27/15

Each week we'll run a quiz testing your knowledge of the past week's events. The answers to these questions can be found in The News & Observer issues from last Sunday through Friday.

Under the Dome

Tillis and Burr vote for same-sex marriage benefits

North Carolina Sens. Thom Tillis and Richard Burr were among 11 Republicans who voted with Democrats Thursday night for a non-binding budget amendment that would give legally married same-sex spouses Social Security and veterans benefits they have earned, and ensure them equal treatment under the law.

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