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Morning Roundup: N.C. congressional delegation splits on fiscal cliff vote

North Carolina's congressional delegation split along unusual lines when it came to the fiscal cliff legislation. U.S. Sens. Richard Burr and Kay Hagan voted to approve. In the House, five Democrats and one Republican voted in favor and two Democrats and five Republicans voted against. See the breakdown here and more on the vote here.

More political headlines below.

--Gov.-elect Pat McCrory gets a dose of fiscal reality ahead of his inauguration at an economic conference Wednesday.

--In case you missed it, on the final day of the year Gov. Bev Perdue pardoned the Wilmington 10 and appointed her legal council to the state appellate court.

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