To protect Gov. Cooper’s vetoes, NC House Democrats may be stuck in Raleigh

Democratic House members who will serve next year in the North Carolina Legislative Building might find themselves glued to their seats. (Dave Crosby / Flickr)

Imagine you had a job where you couldn’t take a sick day, go on vacation, or even get up from your seat to go to the bathroom. That’s what it’s like to serve as a Democratic member of the North Carolina House of Representatives right now. With Republicans just one seat short of a supermajority, every House Democrat has to be in the Capital to avoid a veto override.

Walter Reinke reports.

1 Comment

  1. Oh Walter, get a hold of yourself and stop whining.
    Imagine if the Bathroom Bill never existed and Roy never got the job.

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