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Blue NC has a winner in their contest to come up with something of great significance Richard Burr has accomplished. Try “Amendment to allow for exportation of nuclear-bomb-grade uranium.”

Wake up folks. Public Policy Polling on the latest generic NC poll numbers: “The Republican lead is coming not because folks who voted Democratic in 2008 are turning against the party, but because so many of them are planning to stay home.”

New issue brief from our friends at the Georgetown Center for Children and Families: How the new state health insurance exchanges will work for children and families.

Check out AZ Gov Jan Brewer’s debate meltdown.

And if you haven’t seen it, check out Chris Fitzsimon’s column yesterday about the “Real Jobs” 527 group and their unsavory NC attacks.

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