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Good constitutional structures are necessary, but not sufficient, to protect the American system of government. The nation needs civic virtue as well. That's the argument Robert George put forward in the 2014 John W. Pope Lecture at N.C. State University. George is McCormick professor of...
Good constitutional structures are necessary, but not sufficient, to protect the American system of government. The nation needs civic virtue as well. That's the argument Robert George put forward in the 2014 John W. Pope Lecture at N.C. State University. George is McCormick professor of...
 
During her 2008 U.S. Senate campaign, Kay Hagan promised North Carolinians she would be a "moderate" and "independent" voice in Washington.
During her 2008 U.S. Senate campaign, Kay Hagan promised North Carolinians she would be a "moderate" and "independent" voice in Washington.
 
The so-called legislative short session kicks off on Jones Street Wednesday. The N&O has already started smooching Phil Berger's posterior.
The so-called legislative short session kicks off on Jones Street Wednesday. The N&O has already started smooching Phil Berger's posterior.
 
Gregory Poole Equipment Co. recently contributed $500 to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264.
Gregory Poole Equipment Co. recently contributed $500 to the campaign mounted by the Beaufort County Community College Foundation to build a digital sign at the front of the campus along U.S. Highway 264.
 
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday unveiled his recommended budget adjustments for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The governor's plan would make changes to the second year of the two-year state budget plan passed last year.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday unveiled his recommended budget adjustments for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The governor's plan would make changes to the second year of the two-year state budget plan passed last year.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Government Contracting Specialists, Inc. (GCS, Inc.), a woman-owned company, will locate its offices in Currituck County. The company plans to create 60 new jobs and invest more than $325,000 over the next three...
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Government Contracting Specialists, Inc. (GCS, Inc.), a woman-owned company, will locate its offices in Currituck County. The company plans to create 60 new jobs and invest more than $325,000 over the next three...
 
Until the mid-60s, the federal government had almost nothing to do with higher education, with college benefits for veterans under the GI Bill being the exception. But with the passage of the Higher Education Act, the government got massively into the student aid business.
Until the mid-60s, the federal government had almost nothing to do with higher education, with college benefits for veterans under the GI Bill being the exception. But with the passage of the Higher Education Act, the government got massively into the student aid business.
 
After Congress repealed in 1987 the federal mandate that states maintain a certificate-of-need program for health services, which had failed spectacularly to contain costs, 14 states opted to end their CON programs. North Carolina chose to remain a CON state.
After Congress repealed in 1987 the federal mandate that states maintain a certificate-of-need program for health services, which had failed spectacularly to contain costs, 14 states opted to end their CON programs. North Carolina chose to remain a CON state.
 
At the beginning of every legislative session it is good to take stock of where North Carolina is and where it is headed.
At the beginning of every legislative session it is good to take stock of where North Carolina is and where it is headed.
 
A small fish that East Carolina University biologist Jeff McKinnon collected as a boy growing up in British Columbia will be the centerpiece of a study that could give insight to human genetics.
A small fish that East Carolina University biologist Jeff McKinnon collected as a boy growing up in British Columbia will be the centerpiece of a study that could give insight to human genetics.
 
This year's short session of the General Assembly may live up to its name. Lawmakers return to the capital today for the first time since the historic 2013 session in which they reformed the tax code, cut taxes, enacted broad changes to election laws, fought back against Medicaid expansion and...
This year's short session of the General Assembly may live up to its name. Lawmakers return to the capital today for the first time since the historic 2013 session in which they reformed the tax code, cut taxes, enacted broad changes to election laws, fought back against Medicaid expansion and...
 
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) filed a bill on Thursday, May 15, 2014, that would authorize a purchase or exchange of federally owned land around Oregon Inlet in Dare County, N.C.
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) filed a bill on Thursday, May 15, 2014, that would authorize a purchase or exchange of federally owned land around Oregon Inlet in Dare County, N.C.
 
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