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It's common for the N.C. General Assembly to end legislative sessions amid a flurry of last-minute filings and maneuvering
It's common for the N.C. General Assembly to end legislative sessions amid a flurry of last-minute filings and maneuvering
 
The final day of a sometimes divisive election year legislative session ended with bipartisan back slaps, and emotional farewell speeches injected with folksy humor, good-natured jabs, reminiscence, and heartfelt thanks from those who will not return next year
The final day of a sometimes divisive election year legislative session ended with bipartisan back slaps, and emotional farewell speeches injected with folksy humor, good-natured jabs, reminiscence, and heartfelt thanks from those who will not return next year
 
Today, the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) released a report outlining the likely effects of expanding work requirements for non-disabled working-age adults in social welfare programs.
Today, the Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) released a report outlining the likely effects of expanding work requirements for non-disabled working-age adults in social welfare programs.
 
Not in my wildest dreams, did I expect an "early service" in July to warrant a light sweater!
Not in my wildest dreams, did I expect an "early service" in July to warrant a light sweater!
 
Spend much time listening to the political rhetoric flowing from the state capital, and you're likely to hear complaints about legislative "power grabs" and efforts to "rip authority away" from the governor and the state's judges
Spend much time listening to the political rhetoric flowing from the state capital, and you're likely to hear complaints about legislative "power grabs" and efforts to "rip authority away" from the governor and the state's judges
 
A last-minute change to Senate Bill 325 - which originally would have lowered state personal and business income taxes - instead became the vehicle to change early voting hours and days
A last-minute change to Senate Bill 325 - which originally would have lowered state personal and business income taxes - instead became the vehicle to change early voting hours and days
 
Twentieth-century American sociologist Robert Merton popularized a term that is now a part of our everyday vocabulary
Twentieth-century American sociologist Robert Merton popularized a term that is now a part of our everyday vocabulary
 
Following today's indictment of Russian military intelligence officers, the office of the N.C. Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement Office wishes to assure voters of ongoing efforts to enhance elections security.
Following today's indictment of Russian military intelligence officers, the office of the N.C. Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement Office wishes to assure voters of ongoing efforts to enhance elections security.
 
Debate over the impact of the Opportunity Scholarship Program was renewed recently when N.C. State researchers Anna Egalite, D.T. Stallings, and Stephen Porter published a study that found “large positive impacts associated with voucher usage in North Carolina.”
Debate over the impact of the Opportunity Scholarship Program was renewed recently when N.C. State researchers Anna Egalite, D.T. Stallings, and Stephen Porter published a study that found “large positive impacts associated with voucher usage in North Carolina.”
 
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