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Haley taps FBI veteran to be inspector general
COLUMBIA — Gov. Nikki Haley on Wednesday tapped a 30-year FBI veteran to be South Carolina’s inspector general, leading a new agency slated to become independent next month but for which funding is still uncertain. Post-Courier
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Haley ethics case set for June 28
Gov. Nikki Haley’s case on allegations that she illegally lobbied while a member of the House will be heard June 28, the S.C. House Ethics Committee announced Thursday. The committee will decide what witnesses to subpoena at a meeting next Thursday. Haley also will be allowed to call witnesses at the hearing. The House will used two attorneys from Willoughby & Hoefer as its “presenters,” said Rep. Roland Smith, chairman of ethics committee. S.C. Attorney General Alan Wilson was a member of the firm before his election. The State
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Ok. Gov. Fallin signs measures to increase primary-care doctors
OKLAHOMA CITY - Gov. Mary Fallin on Wednesday signed two measures to increase the number of doctors in under-served and rural areas. Tulsa World
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Governor to join Boeing for grand opening
OKLAHOMA CITY — Gov. Mary Fallin will join officials from The Boeing Co. for the grand opening of its new Oklahoma City facility. Tulsa World
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Tronox will move headquarters to Connecticut from Oklahoma City
Lured in part by incentives from Connecticut and a pending merger, chemicals company Tronox Inc. will move its headquarters to Stamford, Conn., from Oklahoma City. The Oklahoman
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North Carolina sterilization survivors closer to compensation
RALEIGH, North Carolina (Reuters) - Living victims of a state-sanctioned sterilization program in North Carolina would receive $50,000 in tax-free compensation if a bill approved on Tuesday by the state's House of Representatives becomes law.
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Senate passes fracking bill, but N.C. may be less rich in gas
RALEIGH--The state Senate approved the legalization of fracking in North Carolina on Wednesday just hours after the U.S. Geological Survey issued an estimate that the state has far less gas than earlier assessments showed. The bill now goes to the state House, where it is widely expected to be approved by the Republican-led legislature. Charlotte Observer
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$945M St. Louis sewer projects will begin in August
ST. LOUIS-- Construction is expected to begin in August on the first projects financed with the $945 million sewer-improvement bond issue that voters approved in a special election Tuesday. St. Louis Today
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Nissan kicks off production of 2013 Altima in Mississippi
Nissan has announced the production of the 2013 Altima has begun at the car companies Canton, Mississippi Vehicle Assembly Facility. This facility has produced the Altima since 2004 and has built more than 1.1 million of the cars since then. The Nissan Altima is Nissan’s best-selling vehicle and one of the most important to the Nissan brand. Slashgear
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Louisiana Panel debates value of Jindal school changes
Gov. Bobby Jindal’s far-reaching, but divisive changes to public education in Louisiana, particularly new state aid for some students in low-performing schools to attend parochial and private schools, prompted extensive and inconclusive debate at two panel discussions Wednesday morning. The Advocate
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