Over the past two years, North Carolina Governor Beverly Perdue has vetoed an unprecedented 19 bills, including a voter ID law, a law allowing fracking, a rollback of the 2009 Racial Justice Act, an act requiring pre-abortion counseling, and tort reform. Intrigued? Come join Mark Davis, General Counsel to Governor Perdue, for a discussion on the Governor's historic use of the veto power and his role in North Carolina government. Sponsored by the Government and Public Service Society (GPS) and the American Constitution Society (ACS). Funded by DBA. For more information, please contact email@example.com. Lunch will be provided.
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