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but current districts are racially gerrymandered
 
DOJ AG goes after people who disagree with the agenda
DOJ AG goes after people who disagree with the agenda
 
Remarks by President Biden at a Virtual Fundraising Reception for the Democratic National Committee
 
Test results in reading, math, and science for the 2020-21 school year show the effects school closures and remote learning have had on public school students in North Carolina.
Test results in reading, math, and science for the 2020-21 school year show the effects school closures and remote learning have had on public school students in North Carolina.
 
When our General Assembly convened January 13th for the 2021 session, they had two main tasks: passing a state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and drawing new districts for congressional, legislative and local governments.
When our General Assembly convened January 13th for the 2021 session, they had two main tasks: passing a state budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 and drawing new districts for congressional, legislative and local governments.
 
Ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft are hiking prices.
 
COVID-19 Data Collected as of October 1, 2021
COVID-19 Data Collected as of October 1, 2021
 
On Friday, July 30, 2021, the President signed into law: H.R. 3237
On Friday, July 30, 2021, the President signed into law: H.R. 3237
 
Exactly right. It is time for school boards to take a stand that can be enforced by superintendents and principals and if they don't do it right, the Commissioners should see to it that they do.
Exactly right. It is time for school boards to take a stand that can be enforced by superintendents and principals and if they don't do it right, the Commissioners should see to it that they do.
 
One of the most hotly debated bills of the legislative section cleared its final hurdle Wednesday, Sept. 1, and now heads to Gov. Roy Cooper, who could add the measure to his growing list of vetoes.
One of the most hotly debated bills of the legislative section cleared its final hurdle Wednesday, Sept. 1, and now heads to Gov. Roy Cooper, who could add the measure to his growing list of vetoes.
 
Berger (Thunberger?) sells out to far left; ignores facts
 
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