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Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted against legislation (H.R. 2393) that would repeal country of origin labeling (COOL) for beef, pork, chicken, and ground meat and poultry products.
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted against legislation (H.R. 2393) that would repeal country of origin labeling (COOL) for beef, pork, chicken, and ground meat and poultry products.
 
Here is an important change taking place nationally with Politics and Religion
 
Full-scale repeal offers the only solution for N.C. legislators to fix all problems tied to the state's Map Act. That's the conclusion of a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
Full-scale repeal offers the only solution for N.C. legislators to fix all problems tied to the state's Map Act. That's the conclusion of a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report.
 
Bill Dean, age 76, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on June 11, 2015.
Bill Dean, age 76, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on June 11, 2015.
 
While Duke Energy is passing higher costs to ratepayers because state law forces it to purchase renewable energy, the utility also claimed a whopping $62.8 million in tax write-offs in 2014 for its own investments in green power projects.
While Duke Energy is passing higher costs to ratepayers because state law forces it to purchase renewable energy, the utility also claimed a whopping $62.8 million in tax write-offs in 2014 for its own investments in green power projects.
 
A nine-year legal battle over a 289-acre Onslow County waterfront property ended in late April when Harriet Hurst Turner and her brother John H. Hurst won control of the land and then immediately sold it to the state of North Carolina for $10.1 million.
A nine-year legal battle over a 289-acre Onslow County waterfront property ended in late April when Harriet Hurst Turner and her brother John H. Hurst won control of the land and then immediately sold it to the state of North Carolina for $10.1 million.
 
Construction projects on three sides of main campus are underway that will change the appearance and the flow of people around East Carolina University. Officials said the campus that emerges in three years will be a denser environment with a new signature gateway and ECU's first parking deck.
Construction projects on three sides of main campus are underway that will change the appearance and the flow of people around East Carolina University. Officials said the campus that emerges in three years will be a denser environment with a new signature gateway and ECU's first parking deck.
 
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
 
The Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center offers a variety of special programs and activities to help cancer patients, survivors as well as their primary caregivers deal with the emotional and physical challenges associated with having cancer.
The Marion L. Shepard Cancer Center offers a variety of special programs and activities to help cancer patients, survivors as well as their primary caregivers deal with the emotional and physical challenges associated with having cancer.
 
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