The so-called Save the Guns Law, which went into effect Sept. 1, prohibits NC law enforcement agencies from destroying most of the guns that are seized in criminal investigations or surrendered by owners. Unless a weapon no longer works or lacks a valid serial number, police departments and sheriff's offices must either donate it to a museum, keep it for training or sell it to a gun dealer – even if it was used in a crime.
Tweak to NC law protected Duke's coal ash pits. REPUBLICANS(!) control of North Carolina's legislature cemented full control of state government. That put them in prime position to implement an ardently pro-business, anti-regulation platform."that they shouldn't be held responsible for the migration of pollution on their own site, that whatever costs they would need to bear should be in direct relationship of the migration of that pollution off their sites,"
Silver: NC law 'problematic' to NBA, no decision on All-Star
The Wall Street Journal recently published an article about smaller restaurant chains welcoming gun owners into their businesses. Although many larger national chains such as Chili’s Grill and Bar, Chipotle&hellip