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Monday - February 19, 2018
Community Colleges Reach Nursing Agreement

RALEIGH - Registered nurses with an associate degree from a North Carolina community college may save time and money in earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at 10 private colleges because of a new agreement between the NC Community College System and NC Independent Colleges and Universities.

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HPU Survey: Run Joe Run

HIGH POINT -- A High Point University Poll finds a majority of North Carolinians would like Joe Biden to run for president in 2020 with no other candidate enjoying the same support, including celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey. Meanwhile, there is a statistical tie on the generic congressional ballot that asks about support for Republican or Democrat candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Treasurer Weighs In On Proposed Health Care Deal

RALEIGH -- State Treasurer Dale Folwell,  announced that he is asking representatives of UNC Healthcare to provide the State Health Plan with a $1 billion performance bond guaranteeing that any merger with the organization and Carolinas HealthCare System, now known as Atrium Healthcare,  would not increase medical costs for the Plan and North Carolina taxpayers.

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ECU, SAS Join Forces

GREENVILLE --  East Carolina University and analytics leader SAS will join forces to help rural areas overcome economic, educational and health disparities. Using analytics and data visualization, ECU and SAS will work together to support ECU’s recently launched Rural Prosperity Initiative as well as efforts to rapidly grow the university’s research enterprise.

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Survive the Drive Launched

RALEIGH -- The N.C. Governor’s Highway Safety Program is partnering with state troopers and local law enforcement agencies using high-visibility traffic enforcement in a new “Survive the Drive” initiative to reduce speeding and distracted driving on North Carolina’s rural roads.

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Census to Address Military Communities

RALEIGH -- The upcoming US Census will more accurately reflect the make-up of North Carolina’s military communities thanks to a decision by the US Census Bureau to count deployed military at their latest base address.

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