Cooper Losing Support on Council of State for His Chokeholds on North Carolina | Beaufort County Now | Governor Roy Cooper is losing support for this chokeholds from members of the Council of State, which is required by law to approve his Executive orders. | beaufort observer, governor, roy cooper, losing support, council of state, chokeholds, july 20, 2020, cvd19

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Cooper Losing Support on Council of State for His Chokeholds on North Carolina

    Governor Roy Cooper is losing support for this chokeholds from members of the Council of State, which is required by law to approve his Executive orders. You can learn more about the contest at nsjonline.com:

  • Unless collections of utility payments are allowed to resume soon, a number of utility providers in the state could be facing bankruptcy due to one of Gov. Roy Cooper's COVID-19 related executive orders.
  • Cooper initially addressed utility services in Executive Order 124 on March 31, which banned utility companies from charging late fees, interest, or terminating accounts due to non-payment. It also allowed residential customers at least six months to arrange to pay any of their outstanding bills. The first order was to last 60 days and also suspended evictions. The order also applied statewide regardless of income loss due to COVID-19.

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    Read the full article HERE on North State Journal.


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