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Capital Tonight April 16: Libertarian candidate Sean Haugh

On Capital Tonight: We talk with Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Senate Sean Haugh about why he's running. Pollsters Tom Jensen and Pearce Godwin break down the latest numbers in the U.S. Senate race in our Advocates segment. 04/16/2014 06:34 PM


Public will get a chance to weigh in on final draft of fracking rules

Members of the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission are expected to finish work on a final draft of fracking guidelines Wednesday. Lawmakers want to begin issuing permits to drilling companies in 2015, so the commission is on a tight timeline to create ground rules for fracking in North Carolina. Updated 04/16/2014 05:45 PM


More Cannon campaign finance issues emerge prompting change

The Patrick Cannon corruption scandal is already creating change in at least one government agency. The Board of Elections is changing its policy on campaign finance reporting to try and catch problems before they become scandals. Time Warner Cable News business reporter Andrew Sorensen dives into the report and uncovers additional concerns. 04/16/2014 05:03 PM

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