Veto overrides keep N.C. legislators up late

Veto overrides on the state budget, natural gas exploration in the state (fracking), and a rewrite of the Racial Justice Act were the final touches for the historic 2011-2012 Republican-led N.C. General Assembly yesterday during a session of heavy maneuvering and an all-important voting mistake that sealed the fate of fracking.


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