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For a while it appeared North Carolina’s leaders were heading down the road of bipartisan cooperation, something we can all applaud.
For a while it appeared North Carolina’s leaders were heading down the road of bipartisan cooperation, something we can all applaud.
 
Only 2.2% of volunteers tested in North Carolina have coronavirus antibodies — a percentage both hopeful and troubling for the state’s ability to reopen its economy
Only 2.2% of volunteers tested in North Carolina have coronavirus antibodies — a percentage both hopeful and troubling for the state’s ability to reopen its economy
 
Congressman Dan Bishop issued the following press release:
 
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
 
WE have all been living in a "twilight zone" where we were forced to remain at home and await a pandemic that was predicted to take 2 million US Lives.
WE have all been living in a "twilight zone" where we were forced to remain at home and await a pandemic that was predicted to take 2 million US Lives.
 
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
 
North Carolina’s economy has been devastated by the decisions of Gov. Roy Cooper and state and local officials in their attempt to ameliorate the effects of COVID-19.
North Carolina’s economy has been devastated by the decisions of Gov. Roy Cooper and state and local officials in their attempt to ameliorate the effects of COVID-19.
 
On Tuesday, April 14, protesters gathered on the corner of Jones and Wilmington streets in Raleigh to protest the governor’s Executive Order 121 banning gatherings of more than 10 people.
On Tuesday, April 14, protesters gathered on the corner of Jones and Wilmington streets in Raleigh to protest the governor’s Executive Order 121 banning gatherings of more than 10 people.
 
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