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I read Paul Ryan's 2012 "Path to Prosperity." (which was voted by the House). I read all 99 pages. I have summarized its key points in both a word document and in chart form.
I read Paul Ryan's 2012 "Path to Prosperity." (which was voted by the House). I read all 99 pages. I have summarized its key points in both a word document and in chart form.
 
The Great 100 Nurses, which promotes nursing excellence in North Carolina, has recognized nine Vidant Health nurses in its list of the 2012 Great 100 Nurses.
The Great 100 Nurses, which promotes nursing excellence in North Carolina, has recognized nine Vidant Health nurses in its list of the 2012 Great 100 Nurses.
 
Dr. Charles “Chuck” Hodges Manning, Jr., of Washington died September 22, 2012.
Dr. Charles “Chuck” Hodges Manning, Jr., of Washington died September 22, 2012.
 
Furney "Mitchell" Warren, age 68, a resident of Harbor Rd., Washington, died Saturday, September 22, 2012.
Furney "Mitchell" Warren, age 68, a resident of Harbor Rd., Washington, died Saturday, September 22, 2012.
 
One of my favorite book titles of all time was Dennis Avery's Saving the Planet with Pesticides and Plastic.
One of my favorite book titles of all time was Dennis Avery's Saving the Planet with Pesticides and Plastic.
 
We hear much ado these days about the issue of federalism. That is, what powers does the national government have and what powers does that level of government not have.
We hear much ado these days about the issue of federalism. That is, what powers does the national government have and what powers does that level of government not have.
 
A new political climate in the state capital could result in a number of school choice reforms enacted into law next year, a panel of legislators said Tuesday during a luncheon on school choice.
A new political climate in the state capital could result in a number of school choice reforms enacted into law next year, a panel of legislators said Tuesday during a luncheon on school choice.
 
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