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What to Buy for the COVID-19 Pandemic
Unsure what to buy during this COVID-19 outbreak? Here are some important items to fill your cabinets.
"Complete 540,” North Carolina
North Carolina transportation officials are moving forward with plans for a new six-lane highway around the southern half of Raleigh that would cause sprawling development and troubling environmental damage. The plan is called “Complete 540,” and would form the southern half of Raleigh’s 540 beltway, approximately seven miles from downtown Raleigh. At a cost of more than $2 billion, the highway, likely to be paid for with a mix of state funds and toll revenue, will be the most expensive in North Carolina history.
'Best By' vs. 'Use By': What you need to know about food dating
“Best-By” vs. "Sell-By" vs. "Use-By"? What's the difference, and how do you know when food is no longer safe to eat? Food dating labels can be confusing.
18 tips to reduce robocalls and protect yourself from scams
Illegal robocalls seem to be declining a smidgeon as more phone companies install federally mandated technology to block spoofed calls and detect other scam calls. Here are some tips to live by and share with vulnerable friends or relatives.
20 Questions to Ask Your Nursing Home during COVID
Whether you have a loved one currently in a nursing home or rehabilitation facility, or whether you’re shopping for one, you should arm yourself with a list of questions to gauge how safe the environment is. Here’s a guide to those questions, and the answers you should expect.
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2020 Legislative Scorecard
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21st Century Transportation
We’re running campaigns that put us on the road to meeting America’s changing transportation needs.
22 ways to protect yourself from fraud, identity theft and headaches
Fraud/ identity theft is the No. 1 complaint to the Federal Trade Commission, with 2.2 million complaints last year. Consumers reported losing $3.3 billion last year, up from $1.8 billion in 2019.
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