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As committees heat up, General Assembly website goes dark

One hopes and presumes it’s a coincidence, but it sure is strange that the longtime General Assembly website (www.ncleg.net) disappeared this morning just as legislative committees started to meet. For some weird reason, the General Assembly is now back at it’s old and rather archaic address www.ncga.state.nc.us. In addition, some of the links on the main site (to the audio for various committee rooms) no longer work.

What’s up guys? Someone trying to make the case for Gov. McCrory’s plan to have a cabinet level I.T. Secretary?

(WRAL says the folks on Jones Street accidentally allowed the old domain to expire and are frantically working on it. Good grief!)

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One Comment


  1. Tarheelborn

    February 10, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Having the website out means no one can access bills that have been filed either.

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