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It’s time for someone to speak up for Congressman Richard Hudson, who represents Moore and parts of Cumberland County.
While our local and state elections are conducted with the greatest integrity, not all states/cities are as conscientious as North Carolina.
I applaud Congressman Hudson for standing up for his constituents on Jan. 6, whatever the results may be.
The Senate on Friday confirmed Lloyd Austin as the nation's first Black defense secretary, the second nominee of President Joe Biden to be confirmed by the chamber.
The year 2020 saw Americans across political and demographic lines embrace their Second Amendment rights in unprecedented numbers. Last week, Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC) reintroduced H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, which would give more meaningful effect to those rights by ensuring they stay intact as travelers crossed state lines.
The National Rifle Association and other supporters of Second Amendment gun rights have hailed a recent decision by the Trump administration to reverse course on planned guidance regarding pistol-stabilizing braces.
Gun rights activists are claiming victory after the Trump administration withdrew new guidance that could have effectively outlawed stabilizing braces, which resemble gunstocks and attach to pistols to steady the shooters’ aim.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)– Bipartisan anger on Capitol Hill continues to grow as military families, whose loved ones were injured or killed due to medical malpractice, are left in limbo.
After a hard-fought campaign, Congressman Richard Hudson said that during his fifth term representing the 8th District he is going to “roll up his sleeves” and address pressing issues of the district.
The coronavirus has laid bare a number of critical needs, but those needs are not limited to public health alone.
On top of the health impact the COVID-19 pandemic felt across the nation, rural areas have experienced another type of crisis: internet connectivity.
With work and school increasingly shifting to a virtual world, those who live out in the country are finding urgent challenges to the access for high-speed digital connections.
A recent Fayetteville Observer column called the U.S. Postal Service a treasure. I couldn’t agree more.