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Editorial: N.C. fails on ACA, falls behind

    Editorial: N.C. fails  on ACA, falls behind

The percentage of people without health insurance nationally has dropped into single digits, in large part due to the Affordable Care Act. The same cannot be said for North Carolina,

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Letters to the Editor: Eliminate food deserts in the state

    Letters to the Editor: Eliminate  food deserts  in the state

To the Editor: There are more than 340 food deserts across 80 counties in North Carolina. These deserts are defined as communities with limited resources of fresh, healthy and affordable food.

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Commentary: Lawmakers should consider the impact of no teacher assistants and the effect of vouchers

    Commentary: Lawmakers should consider the impact of no teacher assistants and the effect of vouchers

In above photo: Ronda J. Gordon (center holding microphone) speaking at a rally for teacher assistants. (File photo) Ronda J. Gordon, Guest Columnist As a school social worker, my goal

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Commentary: How eliminating same-day registration has disenfranchised North Carolinians

    Commentary: How eliminating same-day registration has disenfranchised North Carolinians

In above photo: Voters participating in past same-day voter registration Mike Meno, Guest Columnist Isabel Najera was excited to vote in her first election as a U.S. citizen in 2014.

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Commentary: Growth of the North Carolina solar industry is in jeopardy

    Commentary: Growth of the North Carolina solar industry is in jeopardy

In above photo: Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle Rhone Resch, Guest Columnist Earlier this year, North Carolina became

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Photos from Moral Monday, submitted by the public

    Photos from Moral Monday, submitted by the public

Photo above submitted by Kyle Brown, Winston-Salem State University 2015-16 Student Government Association president. Chronicle Staff Report The trial in

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Commentary: The killings in South Carolina are a setback in American race relations

    Commentary:  The killings in South Carolina are a setback in American race relations

By James B. Ewers Jr. Racial tension in this country took an unexpected turn for the worse on Wednesday [June

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White gunman accused of killing 9 in black church caught in N.C.

    White gunman accused of killing 9 in black church caught in N.C.

In photo above: Dylann Storm Roof (Courtesy Photo) JEFFREY COLLINS, Associated Press RUSS BYNUM, Associated Press CHARLESTON, South Carolina —

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What Happens to Online & Social Media Accounts at Death?

    What Happens to Online & Social Media Accounts at Death?

By Vance Parker, JD, MBA Estate planning documents are designed to protect clients’ wishes both during life and after death.

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2 N.C. brothers seek to find normal life after being pardoned

    2 N.C. brothers seek to find  normal life after  being pardoned

In photo above: N.C. Gov. Pat McCrory By EMILY MASTERS Associated Press RALEIGH — Two brothers will receive more than

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