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NCGA Budget Finds $2.6 Million to Fund Crisis Pregnancy Centers

Another provision that would have cut funding for all abortion providers, including hospitals, didn’t make it

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Amazon Bought Whole Foods. This Is Just the Beginning of the New World Order

Tech companies are flush. Traditional retailers are struggling.

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Wake's Budget Gives School System Less Than Half of What It Asked For

The $1.26 billion budget provides $21 million in new schools funding.

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Durham’s Budget Raises Taxes, Funds Affordable Housing

The average homeowner will see a $32-a-year hike

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U.S. Supreme Court: North Carolina Can’t Block Lester Packingham from Facebook

The court struck down N.C.’s ban on sex offenders accessing social media

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How to Win Friends and Gerrymander People: A Redistricting Timeline!

The Supreme Court says the state’s legislative districts are racial gerrymanders. Roy Cooper wants new ones now. The legislature … well … they’ll get to it eventually.

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Streets at Southpoint Installs Signs, Can Now Tow GoTriangle Customers

It’s still unclear how the mall will determine who is a transit customer

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Autopsy Concludes That Uniece Fennell Committed Suicide Inside the Durham County Jail

Her family still has questions

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Raleigh’s City Council Ballot Begins Filling Out

One question mark: Will Mary-Ann Baldwin seek reelection?

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Far-Right Groups Converge on Raleigh to Protest Sharia Law, Are Outnumbered

“It is a crying shame that there is not a million people here on this ground right now.”

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Just Because the President Is a Scientific Illiterate Doesn’t Mean Climate Change Isn’t Real

Nor does it mean North Carolina doesn’t have big opportunities from clean energy

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The Durham City Council Rejects a Controversial North Durham Rezoning Request

After a lengthy, late-night public hearing Monday, the council turned down a new mixed-use development, which backers promised would have featured Durham’s first Publix.

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Twenty-two Percent of Durham County Contracts Awarded to Women, Minorities This Fiscal Year, Up from Just 6 Percent

The county’s goal is 25 percent

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The Supreme Court Says N.C. Legislative Districts Are Racial Gerrymanders, But We Might Not Get a Special Election

The high court also decided that a lower court hadn’t adequately weighed the pros and cons of having an election this year

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The SBI’s Investigation into the Wake Register of Deeds Office Goes Back Farther Than We Thought

Also, a former employee said he tried to warn his supervisors of financial irregularities more than a year ago

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How Evil Is Donald Trump’s Budget? Let’s Explore.

Are you rich? Ambivalent to the plight of the disadvantaged and the planet itself? Then relax. It’s not evil at all!

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Civitas Institute Poll Forecasts Tough Road Ahead for NCGA Republicans

If it holds—and it’s not an outlier—the Dems are in good shape to make up lost ground

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Durham Resident Wendy Miranda Fernandez Was Deported Just Because

She had no record and posed no threat to anyone. Now, in El Salvador, her life is in danger.

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Public Hearings on Wake County’s Budget Begin This Week

Should the county hold the line or fully fund the school board’s request? Make your voice heard.

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Your Party’s Dead, Man: Data Shows New N.C. Voters Abandoning Dems, GOP

Of the 973,776 voters added to North Carolina’s rolls since May 2008, 80 percent have registered unaffiliated, according to Democracy NC

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I would suggest that you change the headline to reflect the actual content of the story- e.g. "Wake County gives …

by John Trololo on Wake's Budget Gives School System Less Than Half of What It Asked For (Triangulator)

Jeff Bezos had to do it. He kept running out of kale for his salads.

by MichaelEdits on Amazon Bought Whole Foods. This Is Just the Beginning of the New World Order (Triangulator)

David Cox represents District B, not C as you report here. And, what's the deal with giving Bonner an entire …

by FONCitizen on Raleigh’s City Council Ballot Begins Filling Out (Triangulator)

Edie Jeffreys is on the Planning Commission and I don't believe she plans to run in District E.

by Carole Meyre on Raleigh’s City Council Ballot Begins Filling Out (Triangulator)

Fabulous graphic!

by Cristel Gutschenritter Orrand on How to Win Friends and Gerrymander People: A Redistricting Timeline! (Triangulator)

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I would suggest that you change the headline to reflect the actual content of the story- e.g. "Wake County gives …

by John Trololo on Wake's Budget Gives School System Less Than Half of What It Asked For (Triangulator)

Jeff Bezos had to do it. He kept running out of kale for his salads.

by MichaelEdits on Amazon Bought Whole Foods. This Is Just the Beginning of the New World Order (Triangulator)

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