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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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And now for something completely different: Good news about a charter school

A hedge fund meets a charter school in Southeast Raleigh

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The GOP's attack on universities and free speech

In their UNC, the only acceptable politics is conservative Republican politics

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Lessons from the tragedy for Gov. McCrory

The ceremonial role of the governor is as important as anything substantive he does. When he or she speaks, people listen and the impact is measured, not by bills alone, but by whether our minds and hearts are lifted.

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Tips for the state Democratic Party on how to become relevant

For the 2016 elections, expect the spigots to flow even faster as Democratic donors try to win back the governor's office.

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We need bigger ideas for Dix Park and mass transit

Raleigh transit and Dix Park can be game-changers

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Send $80 to every working adult who's not on Social Security

How to restore the middle class

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Duke and UNC have lost their spine

Major gaffes by Duke, UNC undermine purpose of higher ed

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Raising the quality of life trumps giveaways to corporations in creating jobs

Gov. McCrory needs to pick the right tools for job creation

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The Klan of the 1960s has parallels to today's tea party

A documentary examines how the Ku Klux Klan has thrived in North Carolina

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N.C. Supreme Court dissenters offer progressives hope

Progressives can take heart in the outcome of 2014's State Supreme Court races

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Ghosts of Pat McCrory's past, present and future

A Christmas Carol featuring Gov. McCrory

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N.C. activists call for full accountability at CIA, Aero Contractors, Johnston County Airport

N.C. Stop Torture Now still seeking the truth

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Better off, but not without caveats

My year with Obamacare

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Also have to agree how completely misleading this article is in every aspect.

To start with as has …

by FactsDon'tLieWritersDo on The state GOP supports sweepstakes industry and empowers sleaze (Citizen)

NJH80 -- The only fact in my column that you dispute is what happened to Chase Burns. In the Florida …

by Bob Geary, INDY Opinion Columnist on The state GOP supports sweepstakes industry and empowers sleaze (Citizen)

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