Project Veritas wins in lawsuit brought by Asheville woman

An Asheville woman who sued James O'Keefe for defamation over his Project Veritas report had her lawsuit tossed out by a federal judge today:


Pete's Prep: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 "NOAA’s acting chief, Neil Jacobs, said that interference from 5G wireless phones could reduce the accuracy of forecasts by 30 percent. That's equivalent, he said, to the quality of weather predictions four decades ago."

Asheville Citizen-Times: "Asheville's foreign-born workers contribute almost $1 billion to the area's gross domestic product and paid more than $113 million in taxes in 2016, a new report compiled by New American Economy shows."

WLOS: "News 13 has obtained four logos Harrah's Cherokee Casino is submitting to Asheville leaders for its $5.7 million bid to win the naming rights of the US Cellular Center."

BlueRidge Now:"Brevard will once again host its annual White Squirrel Festival, a celebration of the locally famous furry critter, with a whole lot of fun for humans as well. This family festival, held three days over Memorial Day weekend, attracts more than 35,000 visitors each year and features local handmade arts and crafts, live music, Memorial Day parade, food trucks, craft beer, kids’ activities and rides."

Spectrum News: "Our political observers John Burns and Brent Woodcox talk about if moderates are allowed in the political parties."

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