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Today, bipartisan legislation co-sponsored by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) to step up enforcement against perpetrators of crimes targeting senior citizens became law after receiving the president's signature
Today, bipartisan legislation co-sponsored by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) to step up enforcement against perpetrators of crimes targeting senior citizens became law after receiving the president's signature
 
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
The push to reform North Carolina's certificate-of-need laws that limit entry into the state's health care market will continue in the upcoming session, state senators say
 
Legislative critics on Thursday chided state lottery officials for trimming back the percentage of proceeds going to education and emphasizing the long-term jackpot payout over the one-time cash payout that many winners receive.
Legislative critics on Thursday chided state lottery officials for trimming back the percentage of proceeds going to education and emphasizing the long-term jackpot payout over the one-time cash payout that many winners receive.
 
"Since 2012," the Apple web site boasts, "all our data centers have been powered by 100 percent renewable energy sources."
"Since 2012," the Apple web site boasts, "all our data centers have been powered by 100 percent renewable energy sources."
 
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is once again overstepping its bounds. Recent news reports suggest that the FTC will soon file a formal antitrust case against Google.
The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is once again overstepping its bounds. Recent news reports suggest that the FTC will soon file a formal antitrust case against Google.
 
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