WFAE's Marshall Terry and Michael Tomsic discuss some of the quirky legislation the North Carolina General Assembly passed.
Sometimes one new possum law just isn't enough.
This week we've been examining some of the ways North Carolina laws are changing. The changes are the result of the legislative session that ended last week – the first in more than a century in which Republicans controlled both the General Assembly and the governor's mansion. We've addressed gun rights, abortion, education, and voting rights. This morning, we're going a different direction. We finish our series with some of the quirky legislation that passed.