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The Lincoln Tribune republished this week several Carolina Journal exclusives: David Bass’ article on the Council of State’s debate about an air-quality lawsuit the state filed against the Tennessee Valley Authority; Bass’ update on UNC-Chapel Hill’s troubled Citizen-Soldier program; contributor Karen Welsh‘s article on North Carolina’s improving air quality; and CJ Managing Editor Rick Henderson‘s report about former Gov. Mike Easley’s campaign manager testifying before a federal grand jury in Raleigh.

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