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There's a border dispute brewing in the U.S., but it's not between with Canada or Mexico. It's a different north/south rivalry, between the Carolinas. Residents who live on the state line are upset at an effort to re-draw it. The states say they're not changing the line, just "clarifying it". But that's not how it seems to a few residents who liked the state they used to live in.
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