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North Carolina Supreme Court hears felony voting rights case

North Carolina's newly seated Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether people convicted of felonies -- tens of thousands statewide -- should be permitted to vote if they aren't in prison but still are serving probation or parole or have yet to pay fines.

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Medical marijuana bill resurrected in legislative session

If medical marijuana becomes legal in North Carolina, people with certain medical conditions, like cancer, could get prescribed the drug.

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