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Can’t make this up (access required)

Teaching the art of applying makeup is free speech, argues a Mecklenburg County woman in a civil rights suit against the North Carolina Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners. Jasna Bukvic-Bhayani is a war refugee who wants to open a makeup ...

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Rebel without a case (access required)

After a two-year, $10 million renovation, the York County Courthouse reopened earlier this year to a mostly warm reception. It featured refurbished wood floors, cathedral-style ceilings, and elevators. What it did not feature is the Confederate flag and portraits of ...

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FCC: Unknown caller unmasked (access required)

An alleged robocalling ne’er-do-well in Wilmington could be slapped with a whopping $82,106,000 fine, courtesy of the Federal Communications Commission. Philip Roesel is accused of orchestrating some 21.5 million robocalls between late 2016 and early 2017, which equates to about ...

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