Former House Speaker Jim Black after being sentenced to prison in 2007. Black was found guilty for accepting $29,000 from chiropractors while pushing legislation that favored them. The same legislation was passed in the N.C. House this week.
Former House Speaker Jim Black after being sentenced to prison in 2007. Black was found guilty for accepting $29,000 from chiropractors while pushing legislation that favored them. The same legislation was passed in the N.C. House this week. 2007 News & Observer File Photo SHAWN ROCCO
Former House Speaker Jim Black after being sentenced to prison in 2007. Black was found guilty for accepting $29,000 from chiropractors while pushing legislation that favored them. The same legislation was passed in the N.C. House this week. 2007 News & Observer File Photo SHAWN ROCCO
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NC House passes chiropractor bill that led to former Speaker Jim Black’s conviction

May 03, 2015 10:00 AM

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