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17562
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The recent session of the North Carolina General Assembly effected a far-reaching change in the legal status of a large group of previously unrecognized children, including those yet to be born. The 1951 statute legitimizes children born of bigamous or voidable marriages.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 3, Nov 1951, p10-11
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17559
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In recent years most counties in North Carolina have experienced an increase in their expenditures for charity hospitalization, a term used to cover the payments of the hospital bills of indigent patients.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 18 Issue 3, Nov 1951, p6-7
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17557
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The water drought that struck North Carolina in the summer spread throughout the state and into the fall. Water supplies dropped for many large cities which prompted emergency ordinances strictly limiting water usage.
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17558
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With cost-of-living rising after the Korean War, many North Carolina cities have provided raises to employees in the form of bonuses, monthly raises, or percentage increases.
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17561
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Two hundred officers of the North Carolina prison system attended Prison Officers' Schools to examine health, welfare, management, and constitutional responsibilities.
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