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It’s hard to get away from an object that’s sticky.
 
If you’re thinking North Carolina is getting a bit more crowded, then you’re right. State ranks ninth in population and is adding almost 300 new residents daily.
If you’re thinking North Carolina is getting a bit more crowded, then you’re right. State ranks ninth in population and is adding almost 300 new residents daily.
 
As the Powerball jackpot soared over a billion dollars, much of the discussion in the Tar Heel State turned to the North Carolina Education Lottery and what that money does for public education.
As the Powerball jackpot soared over a billion dollars, much of the discussion in the Tar Heel State turned to the North Carolina Education Lottery and what that money does for public education.
 
A new study has found that new arrivals to North Carolina and the United States have been enjoying the most success in landing jobs in The Tar Heel State.
A new study has found that new arrivals to North Carolina and the United States have been enjoying the most success in landing jobs in The Tar Heel State.
 
Medicaid reform is likely to end up with much better results in North Carolina than in Kentucky. A new joint Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and the Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability explains why.
Medicaid reform is likely to end up with much better results in North Carolina than in Kentucky. A new joint Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and the Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability explains why.
 
The modern-day conservatives who inhabit the General Assembly, the executive branch, and other institutions believe that the state's best days still lay ahead. But they recognize that North Carolina's traditional public policies have to change before progress is possible.
The modern-day conservatives who inhabit the General Assembly, the executive branch, and other institutions believe that the state's best days still lay ahead. But they recognize that North Carolina's traditional public policies have to change before progress is possible.
 
In Raleigh, the conservatives are confidently progressive and the progressives are desperately conservative. The modern-day conservatives who inhabit the General Assembly, the executive branch...
In Raleigh, the conservatives are confidently progressive and the progressives are desperately conservative. The modern-day conservatives who inhabit the General Assembly, the executive branch...
 
That feisty bunch at Heritage Action has been shooting with both barrels at The Tar Heel State's US Senators.
That feisty bunch at Heritage Action has been shooting with both barrels at The Tar Heel State's US Senators.
 
Here’s a shocker: The mainstream media is biased. The mainstream media here in North Carolina has taken a hit in recent years.
Here’s a shocker: The mainstream media is biased. The mainstream media here in North Carolina has taken a hit in recent years.
 
The results from November's election for the General Assembly and the Council of State raise questions about the effectiveness of North Carolina's unusual practice of electing 10 executive branch officials.
The results from November's election for the General Assembly and the Council of State raise questions about the effectiveness of North Carolina's unusual practice of electing 10 executive branch officials.
 
For the first time since records have been kept by the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners -- and possibly for the first time since the 19th century -- Republicans hold a majority of seats on county commissions in the Tar Heel State.
For the first time since records have been kept by the North Carolina Association of County Commissioners -- and possibly for the first time since the 19th century -- Republicans hold a majority of seats on county commissions in the Tar Heel State.
 
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