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Here is a heaping helping of Tuesday’s Lunch links for your dining pleasure.

The N&O has the story of Republican Attorney Thomas Farr billing the Wake County School Board $250 an hour to ask for information that is readily available on the school system’s website. Nice work if you can get it.

The N.C. Sierra Club blog has a post about North Carolina’s troubling connection to the devastation of mountaintop removal.

Jack Betts weighs in with his thoughts about the passing of civil liberties legend Dan Pollitt Friday.

Former Labor Secretary Robert Reich makes a passionate plea for a bailout of our schools.

And if for some reason, you are still on the fence about health care reform, here’s another reason to support it. If it passes, Rush Limbaugh says he’ll leave the country.

Finally, if you think it is almost impossible to understand or end your cellphone contract, you are right. Dying isn’t even enough, as the Huffington Post reports.

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