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Borrowed money would help start construction of rural transportation projects, Transportation Secretary Tony Tata says.

Her first political work: Helping her uncle, Lawton Chiles, win a U.S. Senate seat. Both sides of her family have been successful financially, and she’s listed No. 41 on Roll Call’s list of 50 richest members of Congress.

Republicans say she has accomplished nothing. But Hagan, a high-energy lawmaker in the Capitol, points to key add-ons to bills that have helped veterans and farmers. | Next weekend: Thom Tillis' record in Raleigh

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus on Friday announced that they’ll travel by bus to North Carolina and other states as part of a new drive to get African Americans out to vote in the Nov. 4 election.

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