On Capital Tonight: Urban counties are growing quickly, but is the state responding to their needs? We talk with Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes and Rep. Scott Stone, (R) Mecklenburg County. The State House debates the compromise budget deal as Gov. Roy Cooper continues to criticize it. Senior Political Reporter Loretta Boniti has the latest from Jones Street. The Democrats lost two special elections in Georgia and South Carolina, but by close margins. What could this mean for the 2018 midterms? We ask our Advocates Tyler Cralle and Sam Spencer.
On Capital Tonight: Gov. Roy Cooper blasts the compromise budget plan in the General Assembly. Does this mean he is going to veto the budget? We'll get the latest from Jones Street from our Senior Political Reporter Loretta Boniti. Our Insiders Alfredo Rodriguez and Perry Woods debate if the governor will veto the budget. The US Supreme Court will hear a case on partisan gerrymandering from Wisconsin. What could the decision mean for North Carolina? We ask Brent Laurenz of Common Cause NC and Francis DeLuca of Civitas Institute.
06/20/2017 02:15 PM
On Capital Tonight: The Muslim community in North Carolina speaks out after a mosque was attacked in London and a Muslim girl was killed in Virginia. We talk with Mohamed ElGanal of the Islamic Association of Raleigh about the rising threats against Muslim residents. Will we see a final two-year budget from the General Assembly this week? Senior Political Reporter Loretta Boniti has the latest from Jones Street. Colin Campbell of NC Insider and Lynn Bonner of the Raleigh News & Observer join our Reporter Roundtable.
06/19/2017 11:23 AM