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Melvin F. Wright Jr., Attorney at Law

Melvin Wright Jr. has a law practice in Raleigh (NC)
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901 Corporate Center Drive, Raleigh, NC 27607
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  • North Carolina (NC) 1973
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    NAACP Moral Monday is hypocrisy and betrayal
    Washington Times The liberal left (NAACP, MSNBC and others) are seemingly hell-bent on categorizing the Republican majority in the North Carolina General Assembly as racist proponents of segregation and Jim Crow. ... Voting rights: The NAACP believes that requiring ... more »
    Editorial -- Keep safety ahead of interstate speed
    StarNewsOnline.com It's not the worst change from the original law, but it eliminates another avenue for addressing future erosion. But if North Carolinians have to choose one of the two bills introduced this session, the House version is by far the more reasonable. The ... more »
    Last in decency
    Elkin Jonesville Tribune Everybody seems concerned these days about how North Carolina ranks against other states. It is especially true in the tax cut debate with the folks on the Right claiming that slashing taxes on corporations and the wealthy will give the state one of ... more »
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