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"… at required some states with a history of racial discrimination, including North Carolina and Texas, to obtain approval from the Justice Department for changes to e …"

"… ng to a review by the Government Accountability Office). Weeks later, North Carolina approved sweeping changes to its voting laws that included voter ID, …"

"… its to early voting and ending same-day registration and voting. In June, North Carolina loosened its voter identification law to allow people to cast provisional …"

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"… oactive effect. But there isn’t a consensus on that ratio. For example, North Carolina allows no more than 0.3 percent THC in oil, while Georgia permits up to 5 …"

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"… economic turf this year in several states, including Kentucky, Georgia and North Carolina, by advocating for the exclusive right to distribute alcohol. And now whol …"

"… business in Kentucky,” he said. Limiting the craft brewers This spring, North Carolina state Rep. Chuck McGrady, a Republican from Hendersonville, sent his …"

"… e on it. It was really rather striking.” Craft brewing had taken off in North Carolina, as it has in the rest of the country. The number of craft breweries in th …"

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"… or residents of the Rogers Road-Eubanks Road neighborhood, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, whose case has been stuck in the EPA’s Title VI complaint pipeline for …"

"… ave no idea what’s happening,” said Mark Dorosin, of the University of North Carolina’s Center for Civil Rights, which has handled the complaint. “It’s be …"

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"… ts for comment. Targeted persuasion Unlike their Maine counterparts, the North Carolina legislature did pass a bill that requires Airbnb to collect coun …"

"… m Oakwood Inn in historic Raleigh was quite busy attracting the parents of North Carolina State University students, maintaining a 65 percent occupancy rate at its …"

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"… on and welfare, a worker at a General Tire & Rubber plant in North Carolina said some of his fellow employees were “subjected to so much carbon dust …"

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"… gained control of Congress after the 1994 election, Rep. Cass Ballenger of North Carolina gleefully took the reins of the House Subcommittee on Workforce Protection …"

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"… the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) were incorporated into a North Carolina law that was knocked down by the Federal Communications Commission in Febr …"

"… s that are similar to ALEC’s model bill. Now they risk the same fate as North Carolina. In February, the FCC voted to preempt that state’s law and another in T …"

"… overturn the decision. In its order, the FCC cited numerous provisions in North Carolina’s law that violate the Telecommunications Act of 1996. Six of those prov …"

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"… the U.S. Senate’s most conservative members, Republicans Jesse Helms of North Carolina and Mike DeWine of Ohio, denounced drive-through deliveries as “unc …"

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"… winter. Clayton’s loan to Dorothy Mansfield, a disabled Army veteran in North Carolina who lost her previous home to a tornado in 2011, includes key features tha …"

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"… nd spent millions to elect Republican freshmen such as Sen. Thom Tillis in North Carolina. Now the Chamber is trying to figure out how best to take advantage of it …"

"… ra. It drafted buzzy spokesmen, including NASCAR driver Richard Petty for North Carolina Republican Thom Tillis and football great Brett Favre, who cut an ad urgin …"

"… h as Colorado and Arizona, and the Chamber deployed Paul in states such as North Carolina, where a Libertarian candidate threatened to siphon votes from a Chamber-b …"

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"… far more stringent. Duke Energy has 30 days to respond to the DENR fine. …"

"… ntegrity investigation. The unprecedented fine, announced March 10 by the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources, resulted from unsafe leve …"

"… earby aquifers, streams, rivers and lakes or tainted the air, including in North Carolina. In a series of stories starting in 2009, the Center for Pu …"

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"… Communications Commission voted last week to preempt laws in Tennessee and North Carolina that make it all but impossible for municipalities to expand Internet serv …"

"… r final ruling, probably later this month, on preempting the Tennessee and North Carolina laws. The details may affect how other towns view their chances of getting …"

"… y open. It’s unclear how the law applies to other towns in Tennessee and North Carolina. Before last week’s vote, FCC senior administrators said the agency’s …"

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"… CC also voted 3-2 along party lines to preempt state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina that prevent cities in those states that operate their own broadband netwo …"

"… hboring areas. The ruling only affects Chattanooga, Tennessee, and Wilson, North Carolina, the cities that filed petitions asking the commission to preempt the laws …"

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"… he state laws. CenturyLink, which provides Internet service in Tennessee, North Carolina and much of the United States, said their primary concern is for the taxpa …"

"… te jobs. It contrasted the experience of Tullahoma with Fayetteville, North Carolina, which was thwarted from allowing its residents to tap into the city’s g …"

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"… nswer recently when he traveled to Tullahoma, Tennessee, and Fayetteville, North Carolina, for Reveal radio. These two cities are battlegrounds, pitting big t …"

"… JB: What makes the Internet interesting in cities like Fayetteville, North Carolina, and Tullahoma, Tennessee, where you visited and this story’s focus is o …"

"… s back in the summer when we first started reporting this, is that Wilson, North Carolina, filed a petition to the FCC and Chattanooga filed a petition to the FCC a …"

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"… al government make those decisions for them," said Sen. Richard M. Burr (R-North Carolina), one of the three authors of the plan. The others are Sen. Orrin Hatch, ( …"

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"… the hundreds of candidates it backed, many of whom ran for office in North Carolina, where the company is headquartered.  Additionally, the electric uti …"

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"… ajor victory to the oil and gas industry and to the governors of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. As the Center reported in November, the three governor …"

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"… nth on requests by two southern cities, Chattanooga, Tennessee and Wilson, North Carolina, asking it to override state laws restricting the ability of local governm …"

"… e, which has a strong publicly-owned broadband network, with Fayetteville, North Carolina, which was thwarted from allowing its residents to tap into the city’s g …"

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"… eyer, professor and former Knight Chair of journalism at the University of North Carolina, who pioneered the use of survey research in journalism as a reporter for …"

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"… Energy’s coal ash pond spewed 39,000 tons of waste into the Dan River in North Carolina. Other requirements call for the closure of ash ponds and landfills that …"

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"… a charity, a hospital or university. Despite the risk, the NRDC lambasted North Carolina Republican state Sen. Bill Cook in a $700,000 ad campaign this spring. The …"

"… uld encourage New York, New Jersey and other states to dump their trash in North Carolina,” the voiceover says. “Tell Bill Cook attracting New York trash doesn …"

"… nvironmental Law Center and seven other charities under the name North Carolina Environmental Partnership to air ads criticizing four other stat …"

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"… esidency.” …"

"… er,” said one ad that aired more than 1,700 times. The ad also mentioned North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, a Republican who wasn’t on the ballot this year. In A …"

"… “Those are issue ads. Those are not political ads." Woodhouse, a former North Carolina state leader of Americans for Prosperity, a nonprofit affiliated with bill …"

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"… February morning, and the governors of Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia and North Carolina were seated around a ring of tables draped with pleated beige fabric in th …"

"… ain CEA’s relationship with the coalition, which is currently chaired by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory. The coalition’s website made no mention of CEA&nb …"

"… groups did attend the meeting. Nadia Luhr, the legislative counsel for the North Carolina Conservation Network, wrote a letter to the administration protesting the …"

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"… erican Commitment promoted Republican U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis of North Carolina in radio ads. In 2013, it backed Republican U.S. Senate candidate Steve Lo …"

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"… berts (Kansas) and McConnell, as well as those of Sens.-elect Thom Tillis (North Carolina), Tom Cotton (Arkansas), Joni Ernst (Iowa), are among those who bought doz …"

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"… rginia’s race like they did in other U.S. Senate contests from Alaska to North Carolina. “Shame on them,” said Howard Leach, one of only six donors to the We …"

"… hould have put some money in Ed’s race.” Reported outside spending on North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race, the most expensive in history, was $81.2 million. Th …"

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