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The Institute for Southern Studies has published a troubling new report about the effect of the recession on the 2010 Census in North Carolina.

The Winston-Salem Journal reports on Monday’s night’s town hall meeting at which Congressman Mel Watt talked about health care reform.

Leonard Pitts Jr. with the Greensboro News & Record takes Republicans to task for their unwillingness to admit their role in the overheated health care debate that has turned violent.

Dr. Pauline Chen writes in the New York Times that the health care reform legislation could help the doctor-patient relationship.

The Conservation Network is thanking Governor Perdue for reaffirming her support for the state ban on seawalls.

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