Throughout her time in the State House, Deborah always fought to hold government more accountable. She championed ethics reforms and argued against measures that made it harder for North Carolinians to cast their ballots — a battle which is still ongoing. She pushed through laws to improve justice for victims of domestic abuse. In the midst of the Great Recession, she helped pass measures to safeguard families against predatory lending practices and foreclosures.
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