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for Indy Week Vol. 32 Issue 50, Dec 2015
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In 2016, while it’s unlikely that North Carolina Democrats will reclaim the House or Senate, they do have a chance to win back some power. They need to flip four seats in the House to be able to uphold a veto, which will become key if either of the Democratic candidates for governor, Roy Cooper or Ken Spaulding, wins next year.
Learning Together is an inclusive preschool for kids with disabilities or from disadvantaged backgrounds in Southeast Raleigh. This year Enloe High School’s student council raised $100,000 for Learning Together and presented them the donation at their annual charity ball.
According to Public Policy Polling director Tom Jensen, American politics has gotten increasingly unpleasant and our attitude is that it doesn’t have to be so serious. The Raleigh-based polling company used social media to ask non-traditional followers about politics. They’re finding that North Carolinians have very mixed opinions about the election.
The allegedly unsanitary conditions are just one of many complaints at the Durham County Detention Center. After two guards were fired over allegations of abuse, former inmates of the jail are protesting what they call horrid conditions.