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Public financing under siege

RALEIGH — North Carolina’s foray into public financing of political campaigns may be nearing an end. Supporters won’t want to acknowledge that possibility. They can even point to this state’s campaign financing program for appellate court races being held up ...

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Hoodwinked by a mass of modules

Dear Mr. Berko: My money manager recently bought 400 shares of Blackboard Inc. at $44.33. Please tell me what you know about the company and whether this is a good stock for me. –WW in Troy, Mich. Dear WW: Thank ...

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Map-drawers might want to review ruling

RALEIGH — Anyone with kids tries to drill into them that their actions carry consequences, sometimes far into the future. The same may apply to North Carolina legislators as they begin redrawing the legislative and congressional district lines that determine ...

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