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Modern social media is beyond my understanding but if the video is correct, I am easily fooled.
Modern social media is beyond my understanding but if the video is correct, I am easily fooled.
 
The state panel that determines how much money North Carolina can prudently borrow over the next 10 years rejected an appeal Wednesday by Gov. Roy Cooper's budget director to triple the state's debt ceiling from $2.03 billion to more than $6 billion.
The state panel that determines how much money North Carolina can prudently borrow over the next 10 years rejected an appeal Wednesday by Gov. Roy Cooper's budget director to triple the state's debt ceiling from $2.03 billion to more than $6 billion.
 
In former President Barack Obama's view, the world would be a much better place if he and his wife were the prototypes for a million leaders across the globe.
In former President Barack Obama's view, the world would be a much better place if he and his wife were the prototypes for a million leaders across the globe.
 
The House K-12 Education committee OK'd the statewide school construction bond bill, but questioned the formula used to decide how much each county would get for school construction
The House K-12 Education committee OK'd the statewide school construction bond bill, but questioned the formula used to decide how much each county would get for school construction
 
As required by law, the State Board of Elections office on Friday randomly determined the order of candidates on the primary and general election ballots in the special election for the 3rd Congressional District.
As required by law, the State Board of Elections office on Friday randomly determined the order of candidates on the primary and general election ballots in the special election for the 3rd Congressional District.
 
The most logical starting point would be education. And if there were one part of the educational system that would produce this transformation most broadly, effectively, and efficiently, it would most likely be at our schools of education that train teachers for the K-12 classroom.
The most logical starting point would be education. And if there were one part of the educational system that would produce this transformation most broadly, effectively, and efficiently, it would most likely be at our schools of education that train teachers for the K-12 classroom.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a $25.2 billion General Fund budget for 2019-20 that would increase spending by more than $1.3 billion over the current fiscal year
Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a $25.2 billion General Fund budget for 2019-20 that would increase spending by more than $1.3 billion over the current fiscal year
 
In choosing a career, my grandkids need to know their natural skills and their academic skills...anything to get a competitive edge.
In choosing a career, my grandkids need to know their natural skills and their academic skills...anything to get a competitive edge.
 
A new debt affordability study for North Carolina could throw cold water on plans by the House and Gov. Roy Cooper to pass a nearly $2 billion bond for public school construction.
A new debt affordability study for North Carolina could throw cold water on plans by the House and Gov. Roy Cooper to pass a nearly $2 billion bond for public school construction.
 
The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a Christian nonprofit that advocates for religious freedom and traditional values, announced Tuesday that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission will dismiss its most recent charges against cake artist Jack Phillips.
The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), a Christian nonprofit that advocates for religious freedom and traditional values, announced Tuesday that the Colorado Civil Rights Commission will dismiss its most recent charges against cake artist Jack Phillips.
 
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