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Resource ID: #22945
Subject: State Government
Source: News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.)
Date: 02/05/2006; 02/21/2006; 04/01/2006; 05/07/2006; 07/28/06; 08/02/2006; 08/12/2006; 09/02/2006; 09/05/2006; 10/13/2006; 10/26/2006; 11/02/2006; 11/26/2006; 12/08/2006; 12/09/206; 12/13/2006



An "investigation into the activities of N.C. House Speaker Jim Black has directly led to three criminal convictions and contributed significantly to the conviction of a fourth person. The investigation has also sparked the biggest open government reforms in North Carolina since Watergate and resulted in the end of Black's tenure as one of the state's most powerful officials."

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