Triad City Beat This Week: Jan. 27, 2016

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Gov. Pat McCrory picked up a theme established by Donald Trump when he railed against so-called “sanctuary cities” harboring dangerous criminal who are undocumented immigrants upon signing HB 318 in Greensboro in October. The bill also took aim at IDs used by undocumented immigrants, although a critical amendment effectively neutralized the provision. Ultimately, as Senior Editor Jordan Green writes in this week’s Triad City Beat cover story, the new law turns out to be largely symbolic, functioning as a hostile broadside against undocumented immigrants while revving up the passions of conservative voters.

NEWS

Rosanell Eaton credit Jordan Green• Voter ID trial gets underway in federal court this week

Potential police reforms raise hopes, concerns

Council finalizes Bardolph building sale

 

 

OPINION

AndreaLittell_Headshot (1 of 1)• Editorial: Spellings’ test

• It Just Might Work: Right-sizing the weather

• Fresh Eyes: When creativity became ‘so Winston

• Editor’s Notebook: A winter’s tale

 

 

COLUMNS

anthony• Citizen Green: The precarity of our winter wonderland

• Fun & Games: The gentle giant of Greensboro College

• All She Wrote: Game changers

 

 

CULTURE

SONY DSC• Food: The flavors of the Philippines at Mequeni

• Barstool: Making gin at home

• Music: The Low Counts blow up by stripping down

 

 

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