A three-judge panel of L. Todd Burke, left, Jesse Caldwell, center, and Jeffrey Foster hear arguments in one of the lawsuits filed by Gov. Roy Cooper challenging the second rendition of the elections board-ethics commission revamp. The hearing was held at Campbell Law school on June 1, 2017.
A three-judge panel of L. Todd Burke, left, Jesse Caldwell, center, and Jeffrey Foster hear arguments in one of the lawsuits filed by Gov. Roy Cooper challenging the second rendition of the elections board-ethics commission revamp. The hearing was held at Campbell Law school on June 1, 2017. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
A three-judge panel of L. Todd Burke, left, Jesse Caldwell, center, and Jeffrey Foster hear arguments in one of the lawsuits filed by Gov. Roy Cooper challenging the second rendition of the elections board-ethics commission revamp. The hearing was held at Campbell Law school on June 1, 2017. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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