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Why Raleigh should go slow on density

The city needs to get right with transit before going vertical.

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Republicans fail to pass a budget, go on vacation, will figure out a way to screw schools soon enough

It's the middle of the summer and we should have a budget by now, but we don't.

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It's time to rise up against voter suppression by Republicans

Democracy requires that people know what's happening and, when it's wrong, demand that it stop.

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Liberalism: The new moral majority

The momentous events of the last week heralded resurgence of progressives

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What Rosenwald Schools teach us about racism

Black, white activists join to restore historic African-American institutions

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Congressman David Price votes no on fast-track trade deals

Free trade isn't free

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Meet the N.C. GOP's latest racket: rigging the state Supreme Court

The latest GOP disregard for the concept of fairness involves rigging the state Supreme Court

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Let go of my veto: The Best of Gov. Pat McCrory

McCrory actually did something good

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Gov. Pat McCrory: Sad, irrelevant

The governor has no record on creating growth or jobs

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Why I'm supporting Bernie Sanders

On progressive issues, like labor, clean elections and same-sex marriage, Sanders is the candidate of reform

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Raleigh (finally) getting serious about affordable housing

Before approving high-rises, city should consider incentives for the public benefit

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Why I’m against Hillary Clinton

Democrats should stand up to the presidential frontrunner

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Want to get happy? Advocates for Health in Action say get off the couch

Upcoming meetings highlight Raleigh's plans for biker and walkers

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The state GOP supports sweepstakes industry and empowers sleaze

Another form of gambling, the parlors prey on the poor

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Kay Crowder has impressed in her six months on the Raleigh City Council. But is her presence there a good idea?

Is she doing a good job? I'd say so. Is it a good job for her? Yes, it is.

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North Carolina doesn't need a religious freedom bill to be anti-LGBT

Stale pizza for the gays?

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The Republican plot to destroy cities' political power reaches new heights

April Fools attack on Wake County

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How to break Duke Energy's stranglehold on North Carolina's power industry— and maybe save our coasts in the process

Solar power's future is about free enterprise.

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McCrory cheerleading for offshore drilling in N.C.

The coast is not clear: a unique habitat for fish, shellfish, birds and marine animals are in danger.

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The GOP wants to change the rules to win the elections their candidates can't

Taking the “if you can’t beat’ em, cheat ’em” approach, legislators try to rig county commission races in Republicans’ favor

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