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The back and forth between law enforcement and sweepstakes establishment owners may finally be put to rest.

After North Carolina Superior Court Judge Robert Johnson ruled against International Internet Technologies LLC, a software distributor of sweepstakes machines on Feb. 4, police were given the go ahead to enforce North Carolina's ban on sweepstakes video games.

Following the court’s decision, and after consulting with N.C. District Attorney Michael Bonfoey, Macon County Sheriff Robbie Holland directed his staff to hand issue a letter to local sweepstakes establishment owners last week informing them that law enforcement now has full power to enforce the ban on sweepstakes games.

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Request to the NCUC makes the third since 2009.

Duke Energy Carolinas’ customers were hit with another proposed rate hike earlier this month, as the company announced plans to seek permission to raise electric bills on its nearly two million North Carolina customers by almost 10 percent.

The request to the North Carolina Utilities Commission would be the utility's third since 2009, which Duke says will help pay for building and upgrades to power plants, transmission lines and pollution controls.

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Request to the NCUC makes the third since 2009.

Duke Energy Carolinas’ customers were hit with another proposed rate hike earlier this month, as the company announced plans to seek permission to raise electric bills on its nearly two million North Carolina customers by almost 10 percent.

The request to the North Carolina Utilities Commission would be the utility's third since 2009, which Duke says will help pay for building and upgrades to power plants, transmission lines and pollution controls.

Read more...

Request to the NCUC makes the third since 2009.

Duke Energy Carolinas’ customers were hit with another proposed rate hike earlier this month, as the company announced plans to seek permission to raise electric bills on its nearly two million North Carolina customers by almost 10 percent.

The request to the North Carolina Utilities Commission would be the utility's third since 2009, which Duke says will help pay for building and upgrades to power plants, transmission lines and pollution controls.

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