Regarding the May 25 news article “N.C.-S.C. border could shift after 2 decades of debate”: One imagines a team of scientists would be hard-pressed to design a better test of North Carolina’s popularity post-HB2 debacle than the “54 homes and commercial buildings” straddling “the new border” as part of the proposed resolution of the longstanding dispute with South Carolina, residents of which ultimately get to “choose which state they want to live in.”
If the North Carolina Senate approves the compromise, want to bet the honorables are also crossing their fingers that the Old North State’s resulting record is not 0-54? C’mon, N&O editors, keep the score!
Christopher K. Behm
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