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17600
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A remarkable burst of activity in the fields of city planning and zoning has taken place in North Carolina cities and towns since World War II. Various city planning and zone boards and commissions are providing a wide variety of programs and activities to improve city development.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 19 Issue 1, Sept 1952, p10-11
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17599
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Two recent studies indicate that only a small fraction of the potential voters exercise their privilege of voting in North Carolina. In the 1948 general election, the Gallup and Legislative Reference polls indicate that a mere 38% of the potential voters cast ballots in North Carolina.
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17597
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Given the increase in North Carolina's population, the North Carolina Judicial Council is pushing for an increase in the number of superior court judges needed for the state.
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17596
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This article discusses the reach of local control in regards to alcoholic beverage laws in North Carolina.
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17598
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If one judges from the news stories of the past year, North Carolina's dog population is breaking all records, and a sizeable but unknown proportion of the dogs are ownerless strays.
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