North Carolina’s Conservative Shift Is Good For ALEC
January 4, 2014

Via Moyers & Company:

The Raleigh News & Observer’s John Frank writes that one side effect of that state’s conservative shift is an increased American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) presence in the North Carolina legislature.

ALEC is a conservative organization that brings corporations and state legislators together behind closed doors to produce to write what it calls “model” bills that the lawmakers then introduce as their own. Frank previously reported that the group’s fingerprints could be seen on numerous pieces of legislation introduced in the General Assembly, including new voter ID requireme...

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