RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Amid worries about COVID-19 and physical security, the North Carolina General Assembly officially began its two-year session Wednesday, with much of the usual pomp subdued in the name of safety.
The gavels went down at midday on a House and Senate that remained in Republican
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