Governor Cooper Signs Two Bills into Law | Eastern North Carolina Now | Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law: Senate Bill 69 & 172

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Press Release:

    RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law:


    Gov. Cooper shared this statement on SB 69:

    "North Carolina's teen driver's license requirements save lives, and as a state senator the Governor sponsored this national standard, and this temporary adjustment keeps life-saving training while smoothing a process disrupted by the pandemic."

    Gov. Cooper shared this statement on SB 172:

    "It's critical that these funds be used to emerge from the pandemic even stronger than before with rent and utility assistance, food for children, help for local governments and help for children trying to catch up in school."


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