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In a joint session of the House and the Senate, Republican legislators rejected two of the three nominees for the State Board of Education to the confusion of Democrats
In a joint session of the House and the Senate, Republican legislators rejected two of the three nominees for the State Board of Education to the confusion of Democrats
 
We applaud the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee for the overwhelming, bipartisan vote to favorably report Robert Wilkie to be the next Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
We applaud the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee for the overwhelming, bipartisan vote to favorably report Robert Wilkie to be the next Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
 
Voters will decide this fall whether North Carolina taxpayers should receive protection in the state constitution against the state taxing more than 7 percent of their personal income
Voters will decide this fall whether North Carolina taxpayers should receive protection in the state constitution against the state taxing more than 7 percent of their personal income
 
Starting in 2011, North Carolina lawmakers have implemented transformational changes resulting in a strong and growing economy
Starting in 2011, North Carolina lawmakers have implemented transformational changes resulting in a strong and growing economy
 
Despite vigorous arguments from opponents, the N.C. Farm Act of 2018 became law over Gov. Roy Cooper's objections
Despite vigorous arguments from opponents, the N.C. Farm Act of 2018 became law over Gov. Roy Cooper's objections
 
Later this month, the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement will host a public demonstration of all voting equipment under consideration for certification in North Carolina
Later this month, the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement will host a public demonstration of all voting equipment under consideration for certification in North Carolina
 
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