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Student suspended for simple mistake

By William R. Toler A Tennessee high school student has been suspended and faces criminal charges for a mistake made by his father. David Duren-Sanner, a senior at Northeast High School in Clarksville, received a 10-day suspension after a knife … Continue reading

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State licensing burdens businesses

By Corey Friedman Gov.-elect Pat McCrory wants to make North Carolina more business-friendly. Reducing corporate taxes, which are fifth-highest among 14 Southeastern states, was a key plank in his campaign platform. If McCrory and the Republican-led General Assembly are serious … Continue reading

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Government takes aim at ammo

By William R. Toler The popular pro-gun phrase “You can have my gun…bullets first” may be the first step to severely dismantling the Second Amendment. The Ammunition Accountabiltity Act is being¬†introduced in 18 states, including North Carolina neighbors South Carolina … Continue reading

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