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The restoration of popular and effective historic preservation tax credits just passed an important hurdle, but their ultimate fate is still up in the air. Last week, the state House passed a bipartisan compromise bill to reinstate the credits, the Journal’s Richard Craver reported. But the ...

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Remembering another reenactment
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Proposed Walmart is not progress
Proposed Walmart is not progress I have been watching the workers at the ...

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Beware of fiscal storms
RALEIGH — When I tell audiences that I have always been a committed M ...

The state should beware of fiscal storms
RALEIGH — When I tell audiences that I have always been a committed M ...

Devil's in the details on voter ID implementation
RALEIGH — Polls show a majority of North Carolina voters will be happ ...

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