UPDATE: NC Craft Breweries File Suit Over Corporate Welfare

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North Carolina craft breweries are fighting back against corporate welfare. On Monday, Charlotte-based craft brewers sued the state of North Carolina over antiquated state laws restricting their ability to self-distribute their product. Last month, despite widespread support, the North Carolina General Assembly killed a provision in House Bill 500 that…

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Campus Voices: Alexander Kuppler

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I feel nothing short of frustration when continually running into the wall of free speech censorship on University of North Carolina at Wilmington’s campus. Fortunately, our lawmakers are catching on to the fact that college campuses are not what they used to be and have introduced a bill in the…

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Campus Voices: James Holbrook

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Free Speech, enshrined in the first amendment of the Bill of Rights, is a right for every American. In a public university, free speech should not be censored. However, college campuses are not what they used to be like…and lawmakers are catching on to the fact. Legislators in the North…

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Campus Voices: Jocelyn Ganzert

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The right to free speech has long been a cornerstone of academic freedom and higher learning. Our lawmakers in Raleigh have proposed legislation that would protect and preserve free speech on college and university campuses across the state. It is about time. In 1967, the Kalven Committee Report, a report…

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Campus Voices: Chelsea McBay

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Free speech is a simple concept. Lawmakers in Raleigh understand that free speech is under attack on college campuses across the state. Because of their bold leadership, a bill has been proposed that would protect and preserve free speech on public college and university campuses. Each person has a right…

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