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Program will increase access to testing, but legislature should expand Medicaid when they meet this week
 
The professional left’s work-equals-death argument is an irresponsible misrepresentation of the movement to reopen North Carolina’s economy
The professional left’s work-equals-death argument is an irresponsible misrepresentation of the movement to reopen North Carolina’s economy
 
I have good news. It's news so ridiculously underreported that a recent Civitas poll found that 44 percent of North Carolinians somehow believe the environment in North Carolina is less clean than it was 10 years ago.
I have good news. It's news so ridiculously underreported that a recent Civitas poll found that 44 percent of North Carolinians somehow believe the environment in North Carolina is less clean than it was 10 years ago.
 
Student loan debt has reached the dizzying level of nearly $1.6 trillion—largely due to ever-soaring tuition prices and students taking on financial burdens that far outweigh their earning potential.
Student loan debt has reached the dizzying level of nearly $1.6 trillion—largely due to ever-soaring tuition prices and students taking on financial burdens that far outweigh their earning potential.
 
Fewer than 20 percent of North Carolinians know about major tuition cuts at three state universities, but leaders of the University of North Carolina System are working to change that.
Fewer than 20 percent of North Carolinians know about major tuition cuts at three state universities, but leaders of the University of North Carolina System are working to change that.
 
Most North Carolinians understand that when we mark our ballots for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for President, we are not in fact voting for those candidates.
Most North Carolinians understand that when we mark our ballots for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for President, we are not in fact voting for those candidates.
 
Following "Super Tuesday," both political parties are wondering how they can survive their nominees, while North Carolinians are pondering the impact on our state.
Following "Super Tuesday," both political parties are wondering how they can survive their nominees, while North Carolinians are pondering the impact on our state.
 
How do North Carolinians feel about their schools and how their children are educated? The November Civitas Poll provided plenty of good information about those topics.
How do North Carolinians feel about their schools and how their children are educated? The November Civitas Poll provided plenty of good information about those topics.
 
The NCAE, the North Carolina affiliate of the national teachers' union, is spearheading a political protest during instructional time at public schools across the state Monday, encouraging crowds of protesters to enter schools as soon as the morning bell rings.
The NCAE, the North Carolina affiliate of the national teachers' union, is spearheading a political protest during instructional time at public schools across the state Monday, encouraging crowds of protesters to enter schools as soon as the morning bell rings.
 
The state's largest teachers group - the N.C. Association of Educators - is saying that it is not connected to a proposed Nov.
The state's largest teachers group - the N.C. Association of Educators - is saying that it is not connected to a proposed Nov.
 
In proclaiming October 17 as Earthquake Preparedness Day, Governor Pat McCrory reminds North Carolinians how to protect themselves by using three simple steps: drop, cover and hold.
In proclaiming October 17 as Earthquake Preparedness Day, Governor Pat McCrory reminds North Carolinians how to protect themselves by using three simple steps: drop, cover and hold.
 
Last weekend Governor Pat McCrory appeared on the statewide television talk show NC SPIN to discuss his first eight months in office.
Last weekend Governor Pat McCrory appeared on the statewide television talk show NC SPIN to discuss his first eight months in office.
 
Tax subsidies in Obamacare could push at least half of privately insured, lower-income North Carolinians into the federal health exchange and off of private coverage, critics of the federal health reform law say.
Tax subsidies in Obamacare could push at least half of privately insured, lower-income North Carolinians into the federal health exchange and off of private coverage, critics of the federal health reform law say.
 
North Carolinians should expect the General Assembly to pass a strict voter ID bill in 2013, and it will be one that will pass federal and judicial scrutiny, a chairman of the House Elections Committee said.
North Carolinians should expect the General Assembly to pass a strict voter ID bill in 2013, and it will be one that will pass federal and judicial scrutiny, a chairman of the House Elections Committee said.
 
A 1997 bill that exempted "payday lenders" from state usury laws was allowed to sunset in 2001, and the last storefront lenders were shut down in 2005.
A 1997 bill that exempted "payday lenders" from state usury laws was allowed to sunset in 2001, and the last storefront lenders were shut down in 2005.
 
Last November North Carolina voted for change. We are certainly getting it. At the current pace and expectations state government will undergo the biggest changes most of us have seen.
Last November North Carolina voted for change. We are certainly getting it. At the current pace and expectations state government will undergo the biggest changes most of us have seen.
 
The N&O is presenting the surprising, shocking news that the NC Association of Educators is upset with GOP gubernatorial nominee -- and general election frontrunner -- Pat McCrory.
The N&O is presenting the surprising, shocking news that the NC Association of Educators is upset with GOP gubernatorial nominee -- and general election frontrunner -- Pat McCrory.
 
There they go again: The North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) continues to pump out misleading claims about Civitas and the state's public school system.
There they go again: The North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) continues to pump out misleading claims about Civitas and the state's public school system.
 
Last week the North Carolina General Assembly successfully overrode Gov. Perdue's veto of SB 727- No Dues Checkoff for School Employees.
Last week the North Carolina General Assembly successfully overrode Gov. Perdue's veto of SB 727- No Dues Checkoff for School Employees.
 
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