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Monday, October 3, 2011

Art Pope makes the big time: The New Yorker says Pope's the buyer and NC the "State for Sale"

Posted by on Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 11:41 AM

"State for Sale" is the banner headline atop The Huffington Post this morning. It's Jane Mayer's profile in The New Yorker of our own Art Pope and his conservative empire in North Carolina. Subtitle: A conservative multimillionaire has taken control in North Carolina, one of 2012’s top battlegrounds.

No need to thank us, Art, for touting your accomplishments as Raleigh's right-wing potentate.

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