Op-Ed

August 21, 2014 4:53 PM

Amid 'blackmail,' 'extortion,' finally progress from NC lawmakers

Republicans have held legislative power for less than four years, so it's understandable they want to change the state’s direction as dramatically as they can. But they too often try to pass poor legislation. Now some are willing to say no to crummy lawmaking. It took them long enough.

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