Carolina General Assembly

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North Carolina General Assembly Of 2001–2002
... North Carolina General Assembly 2001–2002 North Carolina Legislative Building Legislative body North Carolina General Assembly Country United States State North Carolina Meeting place North ...
Janet Reno
... July 21, 1938), served as the Attorney General of the United States, from 1993 to 2001 ... was the first woman to serve as Attorney General and the second longest serving Attorney General after William Wirt ...
List Of People From Charlotte - Politics, Law and The Military
... Carney, Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly Daniel G ... Democratic member of the North Carolina General Assembly Chris Cole, politician Charlie Smith Dannelly, educator and politician, Democratic member of the North ...
North Carolina General Assembly Election, 2002
... The North Carolina General Assembly election, 2002 was the first General Assembly election conducted using districts drawn following the 2000 Census ... the first drawn so as to have each district elect only one member of the North Carolina General Assembly ... Previously, some districts elected 2 or 3 members the North Carolina Supreme Court ruled that this was not allowed under the North Carolina Constitution of 1971 ...

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