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What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 29, 2015

What You Need to Know About North Carolina for July 29, 2015

I’m leaving on a jet plane…to go to Milwaukee. There’s also a train, Seattle, Chicago and all the places we can see outside our windows involved in the next few days. With that being said. I’m going to suspend this blog/letter until I return on next Wednesday.

Want to help me keep this up as I travel around and get adjust to KC? Let me know in the comments, or on whatever channel you encounter this (email reply, Facebook comment, tweet). Let’s make this thing a community effort. Because as we go into another campaign season, as we continue to see people lose rights, lives, livelihoods and the like and because we all need to take care of each other, this should be a community thing.

In the meantime, today’s collection of news:

Greensboro’s civil rights museum is still having financial issues. The latest.

Today in resignations: The Guilford County DHHS director and state Secretary of Transportation Tony Tata.

Today in the Greensboro council race: A first-time candidate in the at-large race.

What the state’s elections director has to say about preventing voter fraud.

Asheville’s River Arts District is experiencing growing pains as infrastructure is improved in the area.

Changes are coming to how executions are handled at the state prison.

More scrutiny for the former president of Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington.

And finally, private investigators could be banned from using GPS trackers in their work.

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