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It seems the electoral hijinks are never ending this year. In addition to the ongoing ballot fraud saga in Bladen County, we have someone serving as sheriff in neighboring Columbus County even though he has not been officially elected
It seems the electoral hijinks are never ending this year. In addition to the ongoing ballot fraud saga in Bladen County, we have someone serving as sheriff in neighboring Columbus County even though he has not been officially elected
 
Today, I have signed into law H.R. 5509, the "Innovations in Mentoring, Training, and Apprenticeships Act" (the "Act").
Today, I have signed into law H.R. 5509, the "Innovations in Mentoring, Training, and Apprenticeships Act" (the "Act").
 
As the cost of higher education soars, it's heartening to hear of universities and professors looking for new ways to meet student needs. Localized innovations allow universities and reformers to experiment and find out what works
As the cost of higher education soars, it's heartening to hear of universities and professors looking for new ways to meet student needs. Localized innovations allow universities and reformers to experiment and find out what works
 
State budget writers have more challenges than normal as they prepare for the next biennium. First, there are economic headwinds from tariff and trade wars and a broader concern about when the next recession will arrive
State budget writers have more challenges than normal as they prepare for the next biennium. First, there are economic headwinds from tariff and trade wars and a broader concern about when the next recession will arrive
 
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
 
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