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Senate refers Perdue inquiry to state Ethics Commission

The state Senate Rules Committee has voted to refer the results of its inquiry into altered Department of Transportation letters to the state Ethics Commission, which probes ethical matters in North Carolina.

The committee’s chairman, Sen. Tom Apodaca, a Hendersonville Republican, said the commission must review the actions of state employees who took steps to change letters sent to lawmakers that altered the position of a top DOT official on a roads funding issue. More here.


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Needs to be a criminal investigation...

what about the SBI?   Pryor Gibson thought he had pulled another

successful play for the Governess.   He needs to be fired immediately.

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