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N.C.

Eugenics compensation bill passed by house

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North Carolina moved closer to becoming the first U.S. state to compensate victims of a forced sterilization program when the state House approved legislation Tuesday to compensate living survivors $50,000 each. Full story...
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Ethics Commission examining fraternization among lobbyists and aides

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The North Carolina State Ethics Commission is examining whether two lobbyists who had relationships with aides of House Speaker Thom Tillis - or the lobbyists' clients - broke state laws. Full story...
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NC ethics commission investigating lobbyists

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The North Carolina State Ethics Commission is examining whether two lobbyists who had relationships with aides of House Speaker Thom Tillis - or the lobbyists' clients - broke state laws. Full story...
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NC dentists at odds over management company rules

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Proposed restrictions on companies that help North Carolina dentists administer their practices have caused several of the firms to spend time and money fighting them. Full story...
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House OKs gambling changes to carry out NC compact

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Changes to North Carolina gambling law to permit live table games at the Cherokee casino may now be just one vote away from Gov. Beverly Perdue's desk. Full story...
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NC group can proceed with new confederate statue

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A judge has ruled that the North Carolina United Daughters of the Confederacy can proceed with plans to create a new confederate soldier statue. Full story...
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McCrory unveils new TV ad linking Dalton, Perdue

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Republican gubernatorial nominee Pat McCrory is trying to reinforce a connection between Democratic rival Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton and departing North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue in a new television commercial. Full story...
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Judge in Edwards case to reconsider trial motions

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The judge overseeing the John Edwards case will reconsider a pair of defense motions on whether the government tried the case in the right venue and whether prosecutors gathered evidence improperly. Full story...
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NC appeals court considers pre-K for at-risk kids

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North Carolina lawmakers are backtracking months after legislation that cut access to pre-kindergarten education for needy children and hours before that law is examined by an appeals court. Full story...
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Sailors rescued near Cape Hatteras coast

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Two sailors were rescued Monday morning 30 miles east off the coast of Cape Hatteras after their yacht began to flood. Full story...
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