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"… intervene. A September 1991 fire at a chicken-processing plant in Hamlet, North Carolina, killed 25 workers and injured 55. The Imperial Foods plant, then 11 years …"

"… ound that the dead and injured were trapped behind locked fire doors. The North Carolina Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Division fined Impe …"

"… s. The month after the fire, federal OSHA showed its lack of confidence in North Carolina regulators by asserting “concurrent enforcement jurisdiction” with the …"

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"… e in response to Make Your Laws PAC, an obscure committee based in Durham, North Carolina, that asked to accept the equivalent of $100 per election per person as in …"

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"… ki Cannady, 42, has worked as a health care aide since 1997 around Durham, North Carolina, and said she has only recently seen noncompete clauses in contracts for h …"

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"… rgia, Kentucky, Nevada and Oklahoma. The proposal is also on the ballot in North Carolina, but the campaign there has not yet recorded any contributions. His effor …"

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"… for losing candidates and those beyond what was necessary for the winner. North Carolina offers perhaps the starkest example. While Republicans won 53 percent of v …"

"… aimed 10 of the 13 seats. Judicial challenges Now those district lines in North Carolina appear short-lived. In the court case Common Cause v. Rucho, a federal thr …"

"… onsin, are working their way through the court system. Experts predict the North Carolina case to be the one heard by the U.S. Supreme Court in the current term, in …"

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"… ough statutes, zoning ordinances or other form of governance, according to North Carolina State University's Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Effic …"

"… land. Since then, at least five more states — New York, Ohio, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Maine — have added language to their policies addressing decommissio …"

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"… stice by sociologists at the University of Delaware and University of North Carolina, Wilmington. Other possible victims have never been found. As of 2016, th …"

"… tive American. A study by the University of Delaware and the University of North Carolina found that more than two-thirds of sexual assaults against indigenous wome …"

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"… these teams exist, said Ryan Miller, assistant professor at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, co-author of the 2017 article“Free Speech Tensions: Re …"

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"… y successfully passed legislation. And today, similar bills are pending in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and New Jersey. There’s still a long way to go — b …"

"… But it’s that personal stake that legislators such as Sanderson, the North Carolina state senator, found so inspiring. He said his bill does not appear to hav …"

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"… undraiser for Obama. Gantt, the first African-American mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, twice ran unsuccessfully for the U.S. Senate in the 1990s. Years ago, Jo …"

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"… tors. But at least five states — Connecticut, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina and Utah — include drug company employees on their committees. Often, st …"

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"… could help it better support U.S. Senate candidates such as Thom Tillis in North Carolina and Scott Brown in New Hampshire, signed on. And it began paying the firm …"

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"… ca in the past, including Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential committee and the North Carolina Republican Party. None, including John Bolton Super PAC, have yet reported …"

"… ds of Republican politicians such as Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Tom Cotton of Arkansas. Tills and Cotton’s campaigns have also repor …"

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"… ven aware of it yet. From Germantown to Lincoln, Nebraska, from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Seattle, small cells are poised to spring up like mushrooms, with esti …"

"… ter this year. Texas is one of 13 states — including Florida, Virginia, North Carolina, Minnesota, Ohio, Arizona, Kansas, Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Delaware and R …"

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"… intended for permits,” says Southerland, now retired and living in Cary, North Carolina. The number of emission factors used by the EPA since Southerland’s tim …"

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"… conservative think tanks wants the nation’s tax system to look more like North Carolina’s. But so far, for the working poor, that hasn’t been a great deal. …"

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"… by less sunny places and far outstripped by other high-potential locales. North Carolina — headquarters of Duke Energy, which runs Florida’s second-largest uti …"

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"… ly. But in North Dakota, disclosures are required only in election years. North Carolina and Colorado require lawmakers to file initial reports that detail their e …"

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"… hlete and sneaker magnate Michael Jordan, asked to endorse a Democrat in a North Carolina Senate race decades ago, reportedly demurred, saying, “Republicans buy s …"

"… iminated against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. Another is North Carolina’s so-called “bathroom bill.” More companies are speaking out on div …"

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"… 000s. The two belonged to Grandfather Golf & Country Club in Linville, North Carolina, a club where elite clientele pay up to $65,000 for memberships. In 2008, …"

"… ts would have allowed him to lend Pittenger’s campaign. According to the North Carolina State Board of Elections, the campaign finance laws at the time dictated t …"

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"… also affects the pockets of poverty in states such as Louisiana, Alabama, North Carolina and Texas, where many residents rely on antiquated water systems and hapha …"

"… a nearby catfish farm they say pollutes their drinking water. In parts of North Carolina, impoverished African-Americans sometimes rely on contaminated wells for d …"

"… g off into the stream constantly.” In another community in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, residents relied for years on contaminated well water – even though mos …"

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"… ing water for nearby communities nearly 60 years after mining stopped. In North Carolina, the state has told residents living near coal-fired power plants their wa …"

"… our water, what are we going to do?” said Tracey Edwards of Walnut Cove, North Carolina. “What are we going to do? We can't live like that.” While manufactur …"

"… r time that it’s OK to drink your water,” said Laura Tench of Belmont, North Carolina. “Common sense tells you this is not right, we're not being told the tru …"

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"… n,” said Sarah Treul, a political science professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.   “The FCC expects certain outcomes from this …"

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