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Perdue talks issues at grand opening of Wilmington nursing home

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video A $13,000,000 nursing home had its grand opening Sunday in Monkey Junction. Hundreds came out to celebrate the occasion and tour the facility, including Gov. Bev Perdue. Full story...
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Republican Pantano voices unhappiness with Republican lawmakers' new Congressional maps

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Dear Members of the North Carolina State House and State Senate: We, the people of Coastal Southeastern North Carolina, are dismayed and disappointed by the newly proposed Congressional district maps, Rucho-Lewis 2A. Full story...
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Congressional map for NC approved by Senate panel

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Congressional district boundaries that would help Republican candidates win more seats in the next decade have been approved by a state legislative committee. Full story...
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General Assembly releases another set of redistricting maps

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The General Assembly has released yet another set of redistricting maps. The maps propose new lines for state Senate, state House and US House districts in North Carolina based on the 2010 Census. Check out the new maps and details inside Full story...
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New Congressional map would split New Hanover, Pender

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A new plan to redraw Congressional districts in North Carolina would radically change the way southeastern North Carolina is represented in Washington. Meanwhile, the two men who planned to run for the 7th District Congressional seat still plan to run in that district, regardless of where it is. Full story...
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NC Senate considers overrides as session resumes

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The North Carolina General Assembly is cranking up again to draw new political boundaries for the next decade, but the Senate is focusing first on Gov. Bev Perdue's recent vetoes. Full story...
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NC lawmakers back in session Wednesday to tackle redistricting & veto overrides

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State lawmakers who rushed out of Raleigh last month after completing the state budget and most of their work gradually are returning this week to tackle redistricting and to try to override Gov. Beverly Perdue's vetoes. Full story...
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More maps giving more direction on NC Legislature

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More Republican-penned maps are being released to give direction to members of the North Carolina Legislature about how their district lines will change for the next decade. Full story...
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McIntyre says proposed redistricting is disappointing

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Rep. Mike McIntyre was in Brunswick County Tuesday afternoon to present a federal check to Brunswick EMC. We caught up with him to get his reaction to the state's proposed map for congressional redistricting. Full story...
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Second redistricting hearing slated for Thursday

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You have a second chance to voice your opinions on the plan to redraw North Carolina's state House, state Senate and US House maps. Full story...
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Miller unhappy with district proposed by NC GOP

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A North Carolina congressman says he doesn't consider proposed new boundaries for his district payback for how he helped draw US House districts 10 years ago. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Southeastern NC gets big changes in proposed Congressional redistricting

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The General Assembly has released its proposed Congressional redistricting map for North Carolina. Full story...
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Legislative redistricting proves very unpopular at public meeting

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It was civics in action at UNCW Thursday night. The 2010 Census results mean the need for legislative redistricting. So the state legislature is changing the lines regarding our representation in the state House and Senate and the US House of Representatives. Full story...
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Redistricting meetings underway across the state, including Wilmington

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UNCW's Education Building Room 266 is the host of the one of the sites as Republicans try to redraw state House and Senate and Congressional district boundaries. Full story...
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Redistricting wars begin; public hearings held throughout state

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video Well, it’s that time again. The war over redistricting has begun. Every ten years, new lines are drawn for the Tar Heel state's Senate and House districts. The Senate and House redistricting committees are holding public hearings across 36 different sites throughout the state. Folks were given a chance to voice their opinions to the committee about how they prefer to see those lines drawn. Full story...
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