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North Carolina lawmakers cosponsor mortgage bill

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Two North Carolina Democrats are among those co-sponsoring a bill in Congress to restrict lending practices partly blamed for the nationwide increase in mortgage defaults and foreclosures. Full story...
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Property owners now responsible for graffiti

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If a vandal spray-paints your wall with graffiti who should be responsible for cleaning it up? Full story...
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Conference aims to keep tobacco from kids

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Members of the American Cancer Society and the NAACP were at the Union Baptist Church Thursday. Full story...
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New law to keep drug dealers farther from kids

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A new law will soon take effect to keep drug dealers farther away from our kids. Full story...
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Chadbourn zoning cost to increase

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If you live in Chadbourn and want to apply for zoning and special use permits expect to shell out more than you would have Tuesday. Full story...
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New law aims to protect domestic violence victims

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videoDomestic violence is a fact of life for one in four women. But now domestic violence victims in North Carolina have an extra layer of protection. Full story...
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New law bans smoking in assisted living facilities

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videoIt was the work of a local lawmaker inspired by her personal experience. Monday a new law takes effect prohibiting smoking inside nursing homes and assisted living centers. Full story...
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Dole: Senate approves plan to notify Lejeune water users

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The Senate has approved a measure requiring the Navy to notify all military, civilian and dependents who were at Camp Lejeune when harmful chemicals were in the base water system. Full story...
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Shuler wants restrictions on in-flight movies

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North Carolina Congressman Heath Shuler says he's worried about the captive audiences on airliners when movies are shown in the cabin. Full story...
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North Carolina lifts ban on open burning

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The state is lifting its month-long ban on open burning because of last week's storm that dropped several inches of rain across North Carolina. Full story...
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