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What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 16, 2015

What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 16, 2015

Good morning folks! Lots of ways to get around in today’s compilation of news. Soon, you could have in your hands (via your phone or tablet) an easier way to know what exists in each major city and what connects each major city in the state transportation-wise. Get Around North Carolina, coming soon. And now your news:

How does the American Tobacco Trail in Durham square with connecting the communities it goes through?

The state elections board has found no wrongdoing with campaign donations from sweepstakes companies in the state.

Wilmington is the largest city in the state without council districts, leaving many residents without any kind of regular, routine representation.

The General Assembly could ban the removal of Confederate monuments throughout the state.

They have already banned protest petitions, one major way homeowners could protest real estate activities in their neighborhoods.

A debate is rising over teacher assistants again, mainly over paying them and how many are needed in classrooms.

Could Charlotte get an expansion Major League Baseball team?

And finally, Charlotte’s new streetcar doesn’t have a posted schedule. Also, you can outrun the streetcar, but you will get sweaty by doing so.

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