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Duke Energy's legal team scoffs at AG's plea
The state Attorney General put on its public case Tuesday charging that a 7.2 percent rate increase approved for Duke Energy should be thrown out on the grounds that it’s causing a public hardship in the midst of a prolonged economic downturn. News Observer
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Amazon now ships wine to N.C.
Amazon has added wine to its online market and North Carolina is one of the few states on their ship and sip list. News Observer
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$102.4M in changes planned for downtown University of Texas complex
The University of Texas System Board of Regents is set to discuss a $102.4 million project that would reshape its five-building complex in downtown Austin. Austin Business Journal
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Might an idea from Mitt Romney save US from fiscal cliff?
Might an idea from Mitt Romney keep the US from going over the fiscal cliff? That’s a topic that’s rattling around Washington’s policy blogosphere at the moment. Christian Science Monitor
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Georgia’s Restrictive Immigration Law Caused Hundreds Of Nurses And Doctors To Lose Their Licenses
Georgia’s harmful immigration law, modeled after Arizona’s SB 1070, requires anyone who is applying for or renewing a professional license in the state to provide documents to prove their citizenship or legal residency. But the massive amount of paperwork required to do this is creating a bureaucratic nightmare for doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals in the state. Think Progress
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Support For Repealing Obamacare Plunges To An All-Time Low
Now that President Obama has been elected to a second term, political opponents of his landmark health care reform law are beginning to concede that Obamacare is here to stay. And the general public agrees. Think Progress
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Bobby Jindal Warns Republicans: 'Stop Being The Stupid Party'
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, widely considered one of the Republican Party's rising stars, has some harsh words for his party today in a wide-ranging interview with Politico. Business Insider
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Jill Kelley On VIP List With Generals, Senators, And Florida Governor Rick Scott For Last Year's 'Army Ball'
The Petraeus scandal has become focused on Jill Kelley, the mysterious Tampa woman who reported harassing emails from David Petraeus' mistress to the FBI, leading to the investigation that ultimately cost the CIA director his job. Business Insider
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Another Top General Under Investigation For Up To 30,000 Pages Of 'Potentially Inappropriate' Emails With Jill Kelley
General John Allen is being investigated for a possible inappropriate relationship with a woman linked to the Petraeus scandal, Jill Kelley, according to an announcement by the Pentagon. The FBI probe that was investigating CIA director David Petraeus' relationship with his biographer Paula Broadwell has been expanded to Allen. Business Insider
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Editorial: Tennessee needs health exchange
Tennessee needs to push forward and establish its own state-run health exchange as part of Obamacare. The newly elected state legislature, the most Republican-dominated legislature in the state's history, likely will need the Heimlich maneuver to get the word Obamacare unstuck from its craw. But legislators need to look for some way to do just that. Commercial Appeal
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