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Friday - February 12, 2016
The Future of Work in North Carolina

(RALEIGH) What’s the future of work in our state, and what can we do to have an economy that works for all North Carolinians? These questions are on the table in Raleigh this week as the Institute for Emerging Issues Forum on FutureWork addresses how automation and rapid technological development is changing how we work, for whom we work, and how our work is rewarded.

 

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State regulators issue $6.6 million fine to Duke Energy for Dan River coal ash spill

RALEIGH - State regulators issued a $6.6 million fine Tuesday to Duke Energy for environmental violations related to the February 2014 coal ash spill at the company’s Dan River power plant in Eden. The fine covers civil penalties the company committed before, during and after the spill and only accounts for violations that the utility pled guilty to in criminal court in May 2015. The agency reserves the right to issue additional fines for other violations associated with the spill.

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ALE Executes Search Warrants at Two Sweepstakes Parlors in Goldsboro

 

GOLDSBORO North Carolina Alcohol Law Enforcement agents executed search warrants at two sweepstakes parlors in Wayne County Wednesday morning.

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Top N.C. Health Educator Joins Team Shaping N.C.'s Medicaid Reform

Raleigh, N.C. - Secretary Rick Brajer announced Wednesday that Dr. Warren Newton, a leading health educator in North Carolina, has agreed to serve the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services as a senior medical advisor to help shape Medicaid reform, while continuing his current role as director of North Carolina’s Area Health Education Centers.

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NC Trying for Supreme Court Appeal for Congressional Districts

 

(RALEIGH)--Lawyers for the state have filed an appeal with the U.S. Supreme Court, trying to stop federal courts from forcing lawmakers to re-draw two North Carolina congressional districts before the March 15th Primary.

 

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Perdue Foods Invests $10.9 Million to Expand Operations in Richmond County, Creating 30 New Jobs

Raleigh, N.C. - Governor Pat McCrory, N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of N.C. announced today that Perdue Foods, LLC, will expand its Richmond County production facility and hire an additional 30 workers during the coming three years. The popular name in consumer poultry and pork products plans to invest $10.9 million at its site in the City of Rockingham.

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