Sen. Phil Berger (R), President Pro Tempore of the N.C. Senate, left, and Rep. Tim Moore (R), Speaker of the House opposed a court order from a three-judge panel suspending a new law requiring state Senate confirmation of the governor’s CAbinet members. They said of the judges in a joint statement, “Their decision to legislate from the bench will have profound consequences, and they should immediately reconvene their panel and reverse their order.”
Sen. Phil Berger (R), President Pro Tempore of the N.C. Senate, left, and Rep. Tim Moore (R), Speaker of the House opposed a court order from a three-judge panel suspending a new law requiring state Senate confirmation of the governor’s CAbinet members. They said of the judges in a joint statement, “Their decision to legislate from the bench will have profound consequences, and they should immediately reconvene their panel and reverse their order.” Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Sen. Phil Berger (R), President Pro Tempore of the N.C. Senate, left, and Rep. Tim Moore (R), Speaker of the House opposed a court order from a three-judge panel suspending a new law requiring state Senate confirmation of the governor’s CAbinet members. They said of the judges in a joint statement, “Their decision to legislate from the bench will have profound consequences, and they should immediately reconvene their panel and reverse their order.” Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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