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Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded the passage of a House bill to delay payment cuts for rural Dural Medical Equipment (DME) providers in non-competitive bid areas
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded the passage of a House bill to delay payment cuts for rural Dural Medical Equipment (DME) providers in non-competitive bid areas
 
Like many, I enjoyed the July 4th cookouts, relaxation with family, friends and fireworks, but it was also a time for remembrances and reflection.
Like many, I enjoyed the July 4th cookouts, relaxation with family, friends and fireworks, but it was also a time for remembrances and reflection.
 
As the state budget agreement moves through the legislative approval process toward Gov. McCrory's desk, there is plenty of media coverage summarizing the major issues addressed in this year's spending plan, such as teacher pay, tax cuts and rainy day funds
As the state budget agreement moves through the legislative approval process toward Gov. McCrory's desk, there is plenty of media coverage summarizing the major issues addressed in this year's spending plan, such as teacher pay, tax cuts and rainy day funds
 
Governor Pat McCrory has signed 16 bills into law, including legislation which protects consumers and supports those with development disabilities
 
In October of 2015, at the encouragement of several county commissioners, members of the judiciary, and many people in the community, Sheriff Ernie Coleman applied for assistance from the National Institute of Corrections to perform an assessment of our Jail and Justice System
In October of 2015, at the encouragement of several county commissioners, members of the judiciary, and many people in the community, Sheriff Ernie Coleman applied for assistance from the National Institute of Corrections to perform an assessment of our Jail and Justice System
 
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today called on President Obama to stop campaigning with Hillary Clinton due to his administration's investigation into her reckless email practices
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today called on President Obama to stop campaigning with Hillary Clinton due to his administration's investigation into her reckless email practices
 
North Carolina was lauded for "impressive reforms" curtailing its regulatory burdens on businesses and individuals, and national policy analysts discussed methods of further reducing costly restrictions during a June 22 teleconference call
North Carolina was lauded for "impressive reforms" curtailing its regulatory burdens on businesses and individuals, and national policy analysts discussed methods of further reducing costly restrictions during a June 22 teleconference call
 
Received notice from NWS of another Heat Advisory as follows
 
During North Carolina's primary elections earlier this year, did you get a visit to your home from a campaign worker?
During North Carolina's primary elections earlier this year, did you get a visit to your home from a campaign worker?
 
The official report of the House Select Committee on Benghazi has been released and shows that the Obama administration never attempted to deploy military assistance.
The official report of the House Select Committee on Benghazi has been released and shows that the Obama administration never attempted to deploy military assistance.
 
My memory is cloudy on this exact dates but sometime around March or April 1968 we made an incursion into Cambodia.
My memory is cloudy on this exact dates but sometime around March or April 1968 we made an incursion into Cambodia.
 
The North Carolina General Assembly's recently released budget for 2016-17 increases University of North Carolina System appropriations by $168 million, $31 million of which will be dedicated to fund projected enrollment increases. At many of the system's 16 universities, however, increased funding
The North Carolina General Assembly's recently released budget for 2016-17 increases University of North Carolina System appropriations by $168 million, $31 million of which will be dedicated to fund projected enrollment increases. At many of the system's 16 universities, however, increased funding
 
There is no shortage of activity in the North Carolina General Assembly. While most capitol watchers are focused on the short session's main responsibility, developing and passing a state budget.
There is no shortage of activity in the North Carolina General Assembly. While most capitol watchers are focused on the short session's main responsibility, developing and passing a state budget.
 
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