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"… least $272,000 to commissioner hopefuls this cycle. Most of that went to North Carolina, where insurance interests have contributed about 30 percent of the incumb …"
"… those commissioner races. Industry involvement is a top campaign issue in North Carolina, where Insurance Commissioner Wayne Goodwin is running for a third term. I …"
"… business before his office. And he said although Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina’s PAC has given to his campaign, he later fined the company a recor …"
"… thing but a phone.” The bulk of the NRA’s ads have targeted voters in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio. In October alone, about one of every 20 TV ads in …"
"… is behind about one of every nine ads that have aired so far this month in North Carolina. And in Ohio, the organization is responsible for about one of every eight …"
"… server ran a condensed version highlighting enforcement issues specific to North Carolina. Reporter Jie Jenny Zou discussed the piece live Oct. 12 on SiriusXM …"
"… ferated and the country has largely recovered from the recession. North Carolina — which the EPA criticized earlier this year for coddling poll …"
"… the Southeast regional office in Atlanta, which has ramped up oversight of North Carolina’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) after years of significantly …"
"… to go after repeat offenders. From 2011 to 2014, air-related penalties in North Carolina dropped by 93 percent while overall enforcement actions decreased by 51 pe …"
"… television ads, despite not facing a serious challenge in the primary. In North Carolina, the race has also been expensive, as Democrats try to win back the govern …"
"… sn’t count. Capt. Yikalo Gebrehiwet, a company commander at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, emphasized the unique importance of the military vote. “It’s really p …"
"… member of the 43rd Air Mobility Operations Group at Pope Army Airfield in North Carolina, said she’s confident her vote is counted. “As a military (member) I a …"
"… arget residents of Florida and Ohio, as well as voters in Iowa, Nevada and North Carolina. The ads Priorities USA Action’s new spots — entitled “Watching” …"
"… on voters in nine states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia. The super PAC has also spent about $10 …"
"… s with large black populations that consistently vote Democrat. In July, a North Carolina federal court overturned the state’s voter ID law, ruling that it target …"
"… f we wanted,” he said. In the traditionally black stronghold of Durham, North Carolina, the Legislature’s efforts to implement an extensive voter ID law and po …"
"… Fellman, director of You Can Vote, a voter registration coalition based in North Carolina. You Can Vote is one of the many voter advocacy groups in the state oppose …"
"… be ‘We’ve got a lot of errors here.’” Kim Strach, director of the North Carolina State Board of Elections, testified in a recent court case about North Car …"
"… Carolina State Board of Elections, testified in a recent court case about North Carolina’s voter ID law that she has referred two cases of voter impersonation to …"
"… sp; In July, a federal appeals court for the 4th Circuit decided that the North Carolina law intentionally discriminated against minority voters and ordered the st …"
"… n-controlled Texas and Wisconsin passed the strictest voter ID laws, while North Carolina and Ohio are among those that eliminated same-day registration and reduced …"
"… uck down, weakened or altered new voting requirements in Wisconsin, Texas, North Carolina and North Dakota because, the courts concluded, the laws would disenfranch …"
"… ota has been virtually non-existent.” After the Shelby County decision, North Carolina’s Republican-majority Legislature passed legislation that eliminated sam …"
"… g America Now super PAC. Live in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania or Virginia? You're enduring the brunt of the presiden …"
"… ukes from their state Bar Associations, but most did not. In May 2015, the North Carolina State Bar reprimanded F. Grey Powell for his role in assisting an Orange C …"
"… ng an Orange County law firm called Granite Law that solicited business in North Carolina. He was paid $50 for each loan modification file he checked primarily for …"
"… ed a license to practice law there. Officials in Georgia, Rhode Island and North Carolina later issued similar orders. Litvin pushed back, arguing he had built a n …"
"… contributors from four years ago — companies headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Tampa, Florida, for instance — aren’t necessarily in the mix this …"
"… the nation’s hottest governor’s race, but the two actual candidates in North Carolina are not the ones controlling the conversation. Instead independent g …"
"… ations, conservative bastion Americans for Prosperity, as well as a potent North Carolina environmental coalition that’s played in past elections. McCrory’s ow …"
"… lude the cost of making the ads. Outside group advertising isn’t new for North Carolina, which has been an early test case in the trend of millionaire donors bypa …"
"… hers, the ash has sullied water on site. Some examples: In Rocky Mount, North Carolina, coal ash recycled as structural fill over 25 acres contaminated the groun …"
"… n, in 2014, it attempted to boost the ultimately doomed U.S. Senate bid of North Carolina Republican Greg Bannon. In 2015, America’s Liberty PAC came out full fo …"
"… 2014. These groups include Patriot Majority USA, Vote Vets Action Fund and North Carolina Citizens for Protecting Our Schools. Receiving a $100,000 donation was Pa …"
"… Votes trickled down to state races too, with the group giving $200,000 to North Carolina Citizens for Protecting Our Schools, a nonprofit tied to education labor u …"
"… s for Protecting Our Schools, a nonprofit tied to education labor unions. North Carolina Citizens for Protecting Our Schools spent an estimated $679,700 on TV ads …"
"… ion, including California, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon and Vermont. Six of these states passed the measures in the …"
"… and has a Panorama documentary this evening. A gentleman from Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr J P Pritchard, called my office this afternoon: “Are you the people …"
"… political advocacy or government lobbying. Such is the case for the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, which received $66,395 in “non-deductible” dollar …"
"… reation the “core” of its issue advocacy. For its part, the Renew North Carolina Foundation, which says its mission is “to educate and advocate abou …"
"… ducate and advocate about policy issues that are critical to the future of North Carolina and its citizens,” received $25,000 in “non-deductible” Reynolds Ame …"
"… . Meanwhile Trump cleaned up in the other primaries, winning Illinois and North Carolina. Trump appeared to barely inch out Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas in Mis …"
"… ing the TV ad wars prior to primaries in Florida, Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina and Ohio. Reveal also worked with WLRN in Miami, Florida and WAMU in Washi …"
"… ats some minors as adults in the criminal justice system, like New York or North Carolina, or because they are charged as adults. Precise numbers about the juvenil …"
"… bsp;New York Times told the stories of furniture workers in North Carolina who found it difficult to walk after being exposed to n-propyl bromide for …"
"… Frank Klotz, head of the NNSA, informed David J. Richardson of Charlotte, North Carolina, the president of Babcock & Wilcox Technical Services, Y-12, LLC, that …"
"… er spent about $6.8 million total to help elect Republicans Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Joni Ernst of Iowa to the U.S. Senate, according to the Center for Res …"
"… in the last five years in other states, including Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina and North Dakota. Rehwinkel Vasilinda introduced the bill last year, but …"
"… 4 as part of Newt Gingrich’s Republican revolution, Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina now proudly marches to his own beat. To wit: The staunch Christian conser …"
"… will always have a high number of people from my district or the state of North Carolina who have contributed. Center for Public Integrity: Why do you focus on th …"
"… tivist group UnKoch My Campus. They did at Western Carolina University in North Carolina, where numerous faculty members fought against the school creating a …"
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