The other lawsuit, which started as two cases in federal court that were merged in 2017, says the lines for U.S. House districts violate the United States Constitution. The legislature lost at trial in 2018, with the districts being ruled unconstitutional, but the districts were allowed to stay in place for the 2018 elections. … [Read more...] about Does voter ID still exist in North Carolina? It’s a complicated question.
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Also, the totals could change with more information about the schools that did not report their ages for the 2016 survey. And there’s potentially a big caveat because some schools have been renovated since their original construction, making them “newer” than their age suggests. … [Read more...] about Fact check: Just how old are the buildings for North Carolina’s public schools?
HB 1102 - An Act to Clarify the Information Required to be Provided in a Notice to Lien Agent, as Recommended by the LRC Committee on Mechanics Liens and Leasehold Improvements. This bill would amend the statute concerning the identification of life agent, notice to lien agent, and effect of notice to provide that service of the Notice to Lien Agent does not satisfy the service or filing requirements that apply to a Notice of Subcontract. Further, a Notice to Lien Agent cannot be combined with or refer to a Notice of Subcontract or a Notice of Claim of Lien upon funds. You can read the bill here: http://www.ncleg.net/Sessions/2013/Bills/House/PDF/H1102v0.pdf … [Read more...] about “Lien In”: North Carolina General Assembly Revisits New Mechanics Lien Laws
North Carolina’s RuleLast June, 2011, North Carolina joined the ranks of an increasing number of states requiring the use of E-Verify. E-Verify is a free internet-based system that allows employers to determine employment authorization by checking an employee’s documentation against Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and Social Security Administration (SSA) databases. It applies to certain federal contractors, but also is being adopted by states, regardless of federal contracts being involved. … [Read more...] about E-Verify: North Carolina and Federal Requirements
E-Verify UpdateAs of July 1, 2013, all employers in North Carolina with 25 employees or more must enroll in E-Verify. To remind, E-Verify is a free, online database with information retrieval from the Social Security Administration, US Department of Homeland Security and the US State Department. E-Verify is only used by a designated employee to enter the new employee information into the system once the I-9 process is complete. A memorandum of understanding must be entered into between the employer and the US government prior to use and access is strictly controlled to a designated employee who must undergo online tutorials. In determining if a multi-state based employer falls within the 25 employees or more threshold, only employees in state are to be counted. … [Read more...] about Updates On North Carolina and Federal Immigration Law: I-9, E-Verify and Pending NC House Bill 786