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We’re not going to get the full truth of events at the Capitol on January 6 from politicians or a dishonest media — no surprise there.
We’re not going to get the full truth of events at the Capitol on January 6 from politicians or a dishonest media — no surprise there.
 
Two massive cruise ships carrying hundreds of passengers displaying flu-like symptoms after a coronavirus outbreak was detected on board will disembark in Florida after reaching an agreement with local authorities.
Two massive cruise ships carrying hundreds of passengers displaying flu-like symptoms after a coronavirus outbreak was detected on board will disembark in Florida after reaching an agreement with local authorities.
 
ECU and Vidant Health use canine partner to detect illness-causing spores
ECU and Vidant Health use canine partner to detect illness-causing spores
 
National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month is a time to acknowledge the challenges faced by Americans with sickle cell disease (SCD) and to reaffirm our commitment to increasing the quality, affordability, and accessibility of different treatment options.
National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month is a time to acknowledge the challenges faced by Americans with sickle cell disease (SCD) and to reaffirm our commitment to increasing the quality, affordability, and accessibility of different treatment options.
 
Is a constitutional amendment on the November ballot changing the way judicial vacancies are filled a good step toward merit selection of judges, or a reckless consolidation of power?
Is a constitutional amendment on the November ballot changing the way judicial vacancies are filled a good step toward merit selection of judges, or a reckless consolidation of power?
 
During National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month, we stand with those fighting sickle cell disease (SCD) and reaffirm our Nation's commitment to finding a cure for this group of hereditary red blood cell disorders.
During National Sickle Cell Disease Awareness Month, we stand with those fighting sickle cell disease (SCD) and reaffirm our Nation's commitment to finding a cure for this group of hereditary red blood cell disorders.
 
I arrived in Great Lakes Navy Boot Camp in 1966; soon standing naked shoulder to shoulder in a line of 50 guys as one corpsman walked in front checking my private parts and one in back administering a gigantic penicillin shot to the buttocks.
I arrived in Great Lakes Navy Boot Camp in 1966; soon standing naked shoulder to shoulder in a line of 50 guys as one corpsman walked in front checking my private parts and one in back administering a gigantic penicillin shot to the buttocks.
 
The details of the trip are not important but I am happy to report that I did not come back broke.
The details of the trip are not important but I am happy to report that I did not come back broke.
 
Big government "progressives" love telling other people what to do (and spending other people's money). It's all about control, as a central tenant of progressivism is a strong central state controlling what should be free, voluntary associations between citizens.
Big government "progressives" love telling other people what to do (and spending other people's money). It's all about control, as a central tenant of progressivism is a strong central state controlling what should be free, voluntary associations between citizens.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Steve Messick District Court Judge in the 15A Judicial District and Richard Holloway District Court Judge in the 25th Judicial District.
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed Steve Messick District Court Judge in the 15A Judicial District and Richard Holloway District Court Judge in the 25th Judicial District.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Argos Therapeutics will be expanding in Durham County. The company plans to create an additional 236 jobs by the end of 2018 and invest $56.6 million to build a commercial FDA compliant...
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that Argos Therapeutics will be expanding in Durham County. The company plans to create an additional 236 jobs by the end of 2018 and invest $56.6 million to build a commercial FDA compliant...
 
Between 90,000 and 100,000 Americans are living with sickle cell disease today and approximately 125 infants are born with it every year in North Carolina - 25 of them in eastern North Carolina. September has been designated National Sickle Cell Awareness Month to increase awareness of their plight.
Between 90,000 and 100,000 Americans are living with sickle cell disease today and approximately 125 infants are born with it every year in North Carolina - 25 of them in eastern North Carolina. September has been designated National Sickle Cell Awareness Month to increase awareness of their plight.
 
Some of the House Democrats' most vocal advocates for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina have filed House Bill 1083, committing the state to add more of its poorest residents to the government health insurance program.
Some of the House Democrats' most vocal advocates for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina have filed House Bill 1083, committing the state to add more of its poorest residents to the government health insurance program.
 
Leo W. Jenkins would not look upon his latest triumph as a personal gain – instead, it would be a victory for East Carolina University and its region.
Leo W. Jenkins would not look upon his latest triumph as a personal gain – instead, it would be a victory for East Carolina University and its region.
 
State lawmakers were presented Tuesday with a litany of potential horror stories related to the federal Affordable Care Act. At its worst, Obamacare would sock North Carolina with thousands of job losses, double-digit insurance premium increases, deep Medicare cuts to help pay for the health...
State lawmakers were presented Tuesday with a litany of potential horror stories related to the federal Affordable Care Act. At its worst, Obamacare would sock North Carolina with thousands of job losses, double-digit insurance premium increases, deep Medicare cuts to help pay for the health...
 
It's doubtful that any of the participants in a recent legislative debate meant to offer a free advertisement for the John Locke Foundation's proposed Unlimited Savings Allowance, or USA, Consumption Tax.
It's doubtful that any of the participants in a recent legislative debate meant to offer a free advertisement for the John Locke Foundation's proposed Unlimited Savings Allowance, or USA, Consumption Tax.
 
More than 20 years after she left office, the late Margaret Thatcher's name still evokes strong positive and negative reactions in Great Britain and around the world.
More than 20 years after she left office, the late Margaret Thatcher's name still evokes strong positive and negative reactions in Great Britain and around the world.
 
The state House Monday refused to concur with the Senate's latest stab at regulatory reform, sending House Bill 74 to a conference committee in the waning days of the legislative session. At the urging of Rep. Tim Moffitt, R-Buncombe, the House chamber voted 109-0 not to concur, even though the...
The state House Monday refused to concur with the Senate's latest stab at regulatory reform, sending House Bill 74 to a conference committee in the waning days of the legislative session. At the urging of Rep. Tim Moffitt, R-Buncombe, the House chamber voted 109-0 not to concur, even though the...
 
Senate tax writers stepped closer Monday to reform proposals adopted by their House counterparts. The Senate Finance Committee's actions lifted hopes that a compromise could be pieced together before the General Assembly adjourns this summer.
Senate tax writers stepped closer Monday to reform proposals adopted by their House counterparts. The Senate Finance Committee's actions lifted hopes that a compromise could be pieced together before the General Assembly adjourns this summer.
 
This week's Bad Bill of the Week is a repeat offender. House Bill 100 Healthy Families & Workplaces/Paid Sick Days, sponsored by Reps. Alma Adams (D-Guilford) and Larry Hall (D-Durham), would criminalize voluntary work agreements between workers and employers.
This week's Bad Bill of the Week is a repeat offender. House Bill 100 Healthy Families & Workplaces/Paid Sick Days, sponsored by Reps. Alma Adams (D-Guilford) and Larry Hall (D-Durham), would criminalize voluntary work agreements between workers and employers.
 
During the 2009 Session of the General Assembly, Senator Floyd McKissick(D) from Durham County introduced the Racial Justice Act SB461. The act provides a process by which statistical evidence could be used to establish that race was the basis for seeking or obtaining the death penalty in any case.
During the 2009 Session of the General Assembly, Senator Floyd McKissick(D) from Durham County introduced the Racial Justice Act SB461. The act provides a process by which statistical evidence could be used to establish that race was the basis for seeking or obtaining the death penalty in any case.
 
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