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Public Laws of the State of North Carolina

Public Laws of the State of North Carolina is an official record of the public laws passed in sessions of the North Carolina's General Assembly. The title has varied somewhat over time.

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The state of North Carolina's General Assembly first met in 1777, succeeding earlier colonial assemblies dating back to the 1600s. The Assembly continues to meet today.

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