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Morning Roundup: Medicaid problem becoming political headache

About 2,000 people with mental disabilities are in danger of losing their lodging in group homes on Jan. 1, their evictions triggered by changing Medicaid rules. State officials and advocates for the disabled have been talking about the problem for months but have not come to a resolution. It's a building political problem, too. Read more here.

More political headlines:

--The debate over fracking has cast a shadow over any property where the homeowner has little legal say over what happens underground.

--Three days after Paula Broadwell of Charlotte emerged at the center of national controversy, FBI agents spent four hours Monday night searching her family’s Dilworth home.

--Get a take on Pat McCrory's next step from AP's Gary Robertson.

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