Updates

Priorities for North Carolinians

Cheri Beasley knows the priorities of North Carolinians. From her time as Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, to her many years of outstanding service on the North Carolina Court of Appeals, Cheri has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to fairness and justice. She is a dedicated, thoughtful leader who will work tirelessly for the people of our state. I’m proud to endorse her for the United States Senate. I also want to thank Senator Jeff Jackson for his inspiring campaign. The 37th district is fortunate to have such a passionate advocate in the North Carolina General Assembly. He

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Governor Roy Cooper

Congratulations to our amazing Governor Roy Cooper! His election to the Democratic Governors Association is a much-deserved tribute to his leadership.

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Illuminate Art Walk

This holiday season, check out the Illuminate Art Walk on Fayetteville Street and Glenwood South. The interactive art pieces will be up until January 7th.

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Meals on Wheels Wake County

Now more than ever, we must ensure everybody—from seniors to students—has access to healthy meals. This holiday season, let’s help our friends and neighbors. Meals on Wheels Wake County and other organizations are looking for volunteers. I encourage you to sign up.

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Human Rights Day

On this #HumanRightsDay, we must remain committed to promoting peace, justice, and accountability. I have heard firsthand from Tamil constituents who were subjected to the human rights abuses in Sri Lanka. Congress held a hearing earlier this week to bring to light this horrific abuse.

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Delay the 2022 Primary Election to May 17

I joined my North Carolina congressional delegation colleagues in support of the North Carolina Supreme Court’s decision to delay the 2022 Primary Election to May 17. Read our statement: “North Carolinians deserve fair maps and fair elections, so we strongly support the decision of the state Supreme Court to delay the 2022 Primary Election. The right to vote is the most fundamental right in a democracy, but this sacred right requires fair, free and just elections. Today’s decision is another step on the path to justice.”

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Pearl Harbor

80 years ago, our country was forever changed when 2,300 servicemembers lost their lives at Pearl Harbor. We continue to honor the lives lost that day and commemorate the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought for our country in the days and years that followed.

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College Towns’ Rankings

Raleigh ranks third among the top US college towns. With great restaurants, museums, and much more, Raleigh offers college students an abundance of activities. https://www.newsobserver.com/news/state/north-carolina/article256277702.html

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Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act

Great news – my bipartisan Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act passed the House. This legislation will strengthen judicial ethics and transparency and restore trust in the nation’s courts. According to the Wall Street Journal, more than 130 federal judges heard cases in which they or their families held stock in a company involved in the case.

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Roe v. Wade

Overturning Roe v. Wade would be a blatant attack on reproductive freedom and violate nearly 50 years of legal precedent. If the Supreme Court overturns Roe, many more states in the U.S., including North Carolina, could be emboldened to enact abortion bans, disproportionally hurting women. I have been fighting for women’s rights for decades and in Congress I continue that fight. The House passed the Women’s Health Protection Act to ensure that all people have access to reproductive freedom regardless of where they live in the country. It’s time this bill becomes law.

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