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March 15, 2014 8:00 PM

While the seas rise in the Outer Banks and elsewhere in NC, science treads water

Two years after the North Carolina legislature ordered a moratorium on state rules or plans based on changes in sea level, the Coastal Resources Commission has not started work on a new, official sea-level prediction due in 2016.

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