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The often-overlooked process of making laws

RALEIGH — Journalists don’t typically write much about the process of passing laws because, at the end of the day, public policy and not process affects people’s lives. So, reporting from the North Carolina General Assembly typically focuses on state ...

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What are you really negotiating and why?

“Jeffrey, teach me about negotiations!” Why? “Well, because my prospects always want to negotiate the deal.” No, they want to negotiate your price. “Well, yes.” Reality: People who want to negotiate your price are in reality negotiating your profit. Any ...

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The election is over but not the drama

RALEIGH — With the election now nearly three weeks past, some issues still remain up in the air and some stories remain untold. Here’s a look at a few: All that state Republican Party bluster about bad early voting machines apparently ...

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