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N.C. state pages stayed with convicted felon

As part of an on-going investigation of Democratic state Rep. Jim Black, Dan Kane and J. Andrew Curliss of The News and Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) report the coordinator of the state page program, Ann Lassiter, had arranged for student pages to stay with her son, a convicted felon. Rep. Black removed Lassiter from her position and allowed her to retire. A month later she was rehired as House historian, a position Black created for her.

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