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Health Care Law Will Mean Fewer people On The Job

Posted: 02/04/2014 - Several million American workers will cut back their hours on the job or leave the nation's workforce entirely because of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, congressional analysts said Tuesday, adding fresh fuel to the political fight over "Obamacare."

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Secret Service: Man Wanted Romance With George W. Bush's Daughter

Updated: 02/01/2014 - A New York man alleged found sitting in a car with a loaded rifle, machete and a container of gasoline was charged on Friday with threatening to kill George W. Bush after professing a romantic interest in the former president's oldest daughter, prosecutors said.

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Lawyer: Evidence Contradicts Christie On Closures

Posted: 01/31/2014 - A former loyalist of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie who oversaw lane closings near the George Washington Bridge says there is evidence that contradicts at least one public statement the governor made about the closures.

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Immigration Breakthrough

Posted: 01/31/2014 - There could be a breakthrough in Washington on immigration reform.

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State Of The Union Preview

Posted: 01/28/2014 - President Obama faces a divided Congress tonight to deliver the State of the Union Address.

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Governor McCrory Against Appealing NC Abortion Speech Case

Posted: 01/25/2014 - North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's office says he's against appealing a federal judge's decision last week invalidating part of a state law that would have required abortion providers to describe what is displayed on an ultrasound to every patient.

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NC Lawmakers Cite Immunity Over Election Law Info

Posted: 01/25/2014 - North Carolina General Assembly members have been subpoenaed for documents by those challenging the law creating new voting restrictions. But lawmakers argue they shouldn't have to comply.

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North Carolina In Danger Of Losing Food Stamp Money

Posted: 01/24/2014 - The state must meet three milestones in about two weeks. If not, the $88 million in federal funding that North Carolina receives annually to administer its food stamp program could be terminated as early as March 12.

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State Supreme Court Will Not Delay 2014 Elections

Updated: 01/24/2014 - The 2014 elections will go on as planned after North Carolina's highest court refused to delay them while the justices consider whether the most recent version of election districts are legal.

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Cooper Agrees With Schools On Immigrant Tuition

Updated: 01/23/2014 - Attorney General Roy Cooper's office says state law would have to be changed before North Carolina's university and community college systems could offer in-state tuition to certain young immigrants brought to the U.S. without legal authorization.

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Hagan To Get Rival In Democratic Primary In North Carolina

Updated: 01/23/2014 - First-time political candidate Will Stewart of Pender County said Wednesday he plans to run against Sen. Kay Hagan. The 31-year-old Stewart runs a computer repair and website building business and previously worked in carpentry.

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Nurses, Law Officers Among Those Getting Raises

Posted: 01/22/2014 - More than 3,200 North Carolina state employees have received pay increases from a special fund created by the General Assembly to adjust salaries to retain workers in high-demand fields and for increased job responsibilities.

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Gov. McCrory Talks About Year Ahead

Posted: 01/21/2014 - Gov. Pat McCrory says he wants his second year in office to focus on improving the state's economic climate, supporting public school teachers and making state government more efficient.

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