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This week, President Barack Obama released his budget requests, which included a series of changes in education. View from the Hill broke down the proposals.
In his State of the Union Address, President Barack Obama announced he would work with nonprofit foundations and corporations to help minority males reach their potential. North Carolina has one of the highest black male enrollment rate for high school.
Last week, the Democratic National Committee announced the launch of an initiative to protect and expand voting rights. But will that motivate voters to turn out to the polls?
The latest edition of View from the Hill’s weekly roundup of the most interesting news from Washington, D.C.
This is the second in a series of profiles on the 2014 U.S. Senate Candidates on View from the Hill. For Heather Grant, former member of the Army Nurse Corps and a nurse practitioner, the upcoming election is an opportunity for her to build a foundation for future citizen legislators. But can she compete?
Today, Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., officially filed for re-election and released a campaign video pitting her against special interests.
Job training at community colleges and vocational schools has been a large emphasis by both parties, but there’s a divide between attendance at community colleges, competitive universities and most-competitive schools
This is View from the Hill’s weekly roundup of the most interesting news from D.C. to North Carolina.
Last week, former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist released a campaign video at the University of Florida talking about on-campus voting. In North Carolina, there is fertile ground for Democrats who want to make this a campaign issue.
Last week, unions faced a tough defeat after auto workers in Tennessee voted against the joining a union. Had workers voted yes, it would have proved a sign that unions could have an inroad in the South.