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In his Weekly Briefing “Don’t stop now,” Rob Schofield urges Congress to extend unemployment benefits as part of their economic recovery plans. He also offers a challenge to the North Carolina delegates to sign on as co-sponsors of their respective House and Senate bills.

Sometimes numbers speak louder than words, such as in Chris Fitzsimon’s latest commentary “The weekly numbers.”

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