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As North Carolina’s legislative session draws to a close and we enter the last quarter of the 2014 campaign, Democrats are hoping it will be a rerun of 1998. Republicans are hoping that it will be a rerun of 2010.
As North Carolina’s legislative session draws to a close and we enter the last quarter of the 2014 campaign, Democrats are hoping it will be a rerun of 1998. Republicans are hoping that it will be a rerun of 2010.
 
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
 
Kay Hagan thinks businesses should be mandated to provide PAID leave to employees to deal with family concerns like childbirth or sick children.
Kay Hagan thinks businesses should be mandated to provide PAID leave to employees to deal with family concerns like childbirth or sick children.
 
The Senate adopted the conference committee report for H1224 (Local Sales Tax Options/Econ. Devpt. Changes) Thursday night. This bill would grant more flexibility to counties in the use of existing sales tax authority.
The Senate adopted the conference committee report for H1224 (Local Sales Tax Options/Econ. Devpt. Changes) Thursday night. This bill would grant more flexibility to counties in the use of existing sales tax authority.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation today which provides increased health care options for those needing medical care at their own homes.
Governor Pat McCrory signed legislation today which provides increased health care options for those needing medical care at their own homes.
 
State Auditor Beth Wood has chided the Department of Health and Human Services for dragging its feet in gaining federal certification for its NCTracks Medicaid information system, an omission that could cost the state $9.6 million a year.
State Auditor Beth Wood has chided the Department of Health and Human Services for dragging its feet in gaining federal certification for its NCTracks Medicaid information system, an omission that could cost the state $9.6 million a year.
 
Late last week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of a bill preventing President Barack Obama from bypassing Congress to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants.
Late last week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of a bill preventing President Barack Obama from bypassing Congress to grant amnesty to illegal immigrants.
 
This is a serious subject. It is drawing some good early response. It is not the kind of subject you can write a definite final “thus saith the Lord” treatise on. I would like to be the leader of discussion rather than some arbitrator.
This is a serious subject. It is drawing some good early response. It is not the kind of subject you can write a definite final “thus saith the Lord” treatise on. I would like to be the leader of discussion rather than some arbitrator.
 
If you didn't listen to the Prez's speeches, you wouldn't know what it means to be a good American.
If you didn't listen to the Prez's speeches, you wouldn't know what it means to be a good American.
 
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