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There are many questions that are asked in legislative meetings and many times the staff notes that they will have to follow up with those questions at a later meeting.
There are many questions that are asked in legislative meetings and many times the staff notes that they will have to follow up with those questions at a later meeting.
 
Last week the issues surrounding the 911 system in the state were brought to light. But what does the Board do from here to fix those issues and make sure the outages are kept to a minimum and that no calls go unanswered?
Last week the issues surrounding the 911 system in the state were brought to light. But what does the Board do from here to fix those issues and make sure the outages are kept to a minimum and that no calls go unanswered?
 
What were to happen if you called 911 and no one answered? Unfortunately, this has happened all too often recently across our state.
What were to happen if you called 911 and no one answered? Unfortunately, this has happened all too often recently across our state.
 
The North Carolina Senate's recommended adjustments to the state budget for FY 2012-13 would increase spending by $210 million over the amount approved in last year's biennial budget, and by $470 million over the current 2011-12 spending total.
The North Carolina Senate's recommended adjustments to the state budget for FY 2012-13 would increase spending by $210 million over the amount approved in last year's biennial budget, and by $470 million over the current 2011-12 spending total.
 
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