2020 Shaping Up, $8 Billion Needed For Schools?, Backlash Over The 'Silent Sam' Settlement
Rematches are shaping up for 2020 in some North Carolina legislative districts, while dozens of seats are still unopposed with a week to go for candidate filing.
A new study came out saying the state needs to drastically increase spending on public schools — maybe by as much as $8 billion over eight years.
The University of North Carolina agreed to give the Sons of Confederate Veterans the felled "Silent Sam" statue along with $2.5 million for upkeep. Now a civil rights law firm is going to court to try to block the settlement.