Editorials

Editorials

HB2 is a $3.7 billion boondoggle

The Associated Press analyzes the cold cost of having the infamous bathroom bill, HB2, on the books. The $3.76 billion in lost business over more than a decade is staggering, and points to the ture urgency of an uncomplicated repeal of this bad law.

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Family advocates for prescription drug law after losing son to overdose

Warren and Marsha Gintis of Cary, N.C. lost their son Drew to a drug overdose. Now they are urging North Carolina lawmakers to pass the STOP Act, which would make it tougher to get controlled substances from doctors.
Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Family advocates for prescription drug law after losing son to overdose 2:48

Family advocates for prescription drug law after losing son to overdose

UNC fans go crazy after Maye sinks game-winner 0:16

UNC fans go crazy after Maye sinks game-winner

Canes' Faulk: 'The game is one thing, but there are some things that are more important.' 2:36

Canes' Faulk: 'The game is one thing, but there are some things that are more important.'

Canes' Eddie Lack hurt on final play of overtime game with Detroit 1:19

Canes' Eddie Lack hurt on final play of overtime game with Detroit