North Carolina House Bill Would Crack Down On… Mopeds? P2

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What is a moped? And why does the North Carolina General Assembly care? You have joined us for the second post about a bill in the state House of Representatives that would require moped operators to have insurance and license plates. If passed this year, it would go into effect July 1, 2015. As we
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North Carolina House Bill Would Crack Down on… Mopeds?

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The North Carolina House of Representatives is working on a bill that could affect more people than lawmakers have figured. The bill would require moped operators to have license plates and to carry insurance. The measure stops short of also requiring that moped operators have a driver’s license. Opponents say that, with or without the
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Former Campaign Aide Accused Of Driving Drunk In Raleigh

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In North Carolina, as required by state law, refusing to submit to a breath test can result in the automatic suspension of a driver’s license. This means that even if a driver is not intoxicated, he or she can still end up having their driver’s license suspended simply for refusing to take an Intoxilyzer test
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NC’s “Boys Of Summer” Are Officers At DWI Checkpoints

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According to the movie “It’s a Wonderful Life,” every time a bell rings, an angel gets his (or her) wings. Nowadays, we have our own version of the adage: Every time a holiday rolls around, the North Carolina State Highway Patrol sets up a DWI checkpoint. To verify the tip about the angels, we have
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Study Suggests Teens Learn by Example – Even a Bad Example

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Parents may tell you that their teenagers either pay no attention to them or do exactly the opposite of what the parents ask them to do. If the results of a recent study are any indication, though, teens may be paying more attention than parents think. Unfortunately, they are paying attention to — and mimicking
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