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An effort by Governor Roy Cooper’s administration is matching North Carolina college students in need of work experience with local governments and nonprofits seeking additional help to support COVID-19 response efforts.
An effort by Governor Roy Cooper’s administration is matching North Carolina college students in need of work experience with local governments and nonprofits seeking additional help to support COVID-19 response efforts.
 
An executive order giving people a break on utility payments threw local governments across North Carolina into financial havoc.
An executive order giving people a break on utility payments threw local governments across North Carolina into financial havoc.
 
North Carolina will make sure Tyrrell County won’t default on its debt, but the intervention buys just one year.
North Carolina will make sure Tyrrell County won’t default on its debt, but the intervention buys just one year.
 
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC), North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM) and North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition (NCMMC) together call on Congress to provide significant direct and flexible financial assistance to local governments of all sizes in NC
The North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC), North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM) and North Carolina Metropolitan Mayors Coalition (NCMMC) together call on Congress to provide significant direct and flexible financial assistance to local governments of all sizes in NC
 
Well it’s budget season for cities in North Carolina and everywhere else—and forgive me for stating the obvious–the coronavirus outbreak will seriously impact those budgets.
Well it’s budget season for cities in North Carolina and everywhere else—and forgive me for stating the obvious–the coronavirus outbreak will seriously impact those budgets.
 
The General Assembly plans to return for a short session April 28, and will need to be ready to hit the ground running, said Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland.
The General Assembly plans to return for a short session April 28, and will need to be ready to hit the ground running, said Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced North Carolina boards and commissions appointments.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced North Carolina boards and commissions appointments.
 
State Elections Director Karen Brinson Bell on Friday approved 49 additional types of student and employee photo identification for use in the 2020 elections.
State Elections Director Karen Brinson Bell on Friday approved 49 additional types of student and employee photo identification for use in the 2020 elections.
 
The State Board of Elections is reminding colleges and universities, charter schools and state and local governments about upcoming deadlines to submit applications for their IDs to be eligible for use by voters in 2020.
The State Board of Elections is reminding colleges and universities, charter schools and state and local governments about upcoming deadlines to submit applications for their IDs to be eligible for use by voters in 2020.
 
If North Carolina’s nebulous criminal code isn’t confusing enough, the “elephant” metaphors lawmakers use to describe them are even less enlightening.
If North Carolina’s nebulous criminal code isn’t confusing enough, the “elephant” metaphors lawmakers use to describe them are even less enlightening.
 
Gov. Cooper has appointed the following individual to the Alamance Community College Board of Trustees
Gov. Cooper has appointed the following individual to the Alamance Community College Board of Trustees
 
Senate Bill 584, Criminal Law Reform, is another attempt to clean up North Carolina’s mishmash of criminal laws. Picking through the disarray is proving a slow process for lawmakers.
Senate Bill 584, Criminal Law Reform, is another attempt to clean up North Carolina’s mishmash of criminal laws. Picking through the disarray is proving a slow process for lawmakers.
 
John Bussian is the principal of the Bussian Law Firm, which specializes in media litigation and has long been a national leader in defending the First Amendment.
John Bussian is the principal of the Bussian Law Firm, which specializes in media litigation and has long been a national leader in defending the First Amendment.
 
Governor Roy Cooper today announced 44 appointments to various state boards and commissions
Governor Roy Cooper today announced 44 appointments to various state boards and commissions
 
State laws and regulations prevent municipalities from collaborating with Internet Service Providers in public-private partnerships that could bridge the urban-rural digital divide, the N.C. League of Municipalities says
State laws and regulations prevent municipalities from collaborating with Internet Service Providers in public-private partnerships that could bridge the urban-rural digital divide, the N.C. League of Municipalities says
 
Governor Roy Cooper today announced 53 new appointments to various state boards and commissions, including the NC Works Commission, the Juvenile Jurisdiction Advisory Committee, and the Global Transpark Authority
Governor Roy Cooper today announced 53 new appointments to various state boards and commissions, including the NC Works Commission, the Juvenile Jurisdiction Advisory Committee, and the Global Transpark Authority
 
Today, Gov. Roy Cooper named 21 new appointees to various state boards and commissions, including the North Carolina Commission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services and the North Carolina Sedimentation Control Commission
Today, Gov. Roy Cooper named 21 new appointees to various state boards and commissions, including the North Carolina Commission for Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Substance Abuse Services and the North Carolina Sedimentation Control Commission
 
A Republican-sponsored bill in the General Assembly could allow the first ever municipal sales taxes in North Carolina
A Republican-sponsored bill in the General Assembly could allow the first ever municipal sales taxes in North Carolina
 
Republicans in the General Assembly have contended nonpartisan elections mask important candidate information from the voting public
Republicans in the General Assembly have contended nonpartisan elections mask important candidate information from the voting public
 
Governor Pat McCrory convened the first meeting of the Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee today and outlined a recovery plan for the first 100 days to help North Carolina recover from the storm.
Governor Pat McCrory convened the first meeting of the Hurricane Matthew Recovery Committee today and outlined a recovery plan for the first 100 days to help North Carolina recover from the storm.
 
Governor Pat McCrory updated elected officials from many of the North Carolina League of Municipalities' 540 member cities, towns and villages today on the ongoing efforts to recover from Hurricane Matthew, including the latest on the governor's Hurricane Matthew Recovery Task Force he established
Governor Pat McCrory updated elected officials from many of the North Carolina League of Municipalities' 540 member cities, towns and villages today on the ongoing efforts to recover from Hurricane Matthew, including the latest on the governor's Hurricane Matthew Recovery Task Force he established
 
These are just a select few the countless lives that have been lost. All lives that did not necessarily have to be lost
These are just a select few the countless lives that have been lost. All lives that did not necessarily have to be lost
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today
 
State Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown and Gov. Pat McCrory waged a war of words Tuesday over the Onslow County Republican's proposal to rework the way local sales taxes are allocated.
State Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown and Gov. Pat McCrory waged a war of words Tuesday over the Onslow County Republican's proposal to rework the way local sales taxes are allocated.
 
Concerns about the costs of a fiscal transparency measure in the Senate budget raised by local governments and some McCrory administration officials are misplaced, says Sen. Andrew Brock, R-Davie, who introduced the plan.
Concerns about the costs of a fiscal transparency measure in the Senate budget raised by local governments and some McCrory administration officials are misplaced, says Sen. Andrew Brock, R-Davie, who introduced the plan.
 
A Lincoln County Republican legislator has introduced legislation allowing local politicians a little more leeway to raise taxes.
A Lincoln County Republican legislator has introduced legislation allowing local politicians a little more leeway to raise taxes.
 
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
 
Senate Republicans are pushing bills to reduce the state corporate income tax rate from 5 percent this year to 3 percent in 2017, and restructure the manner in which corporate taxes are calculated. The intent behind the legislation is to make the state more business-friendly and better able to...
Senate Republicans are pushing bills to reduce the state corporate income tax rate from 5 percent this year to 3 percent in 2017, and restructure the manner in which corporate taxes are calculated. The intent behind the legislation is to make the state more business-friendly and better able to...
 
Spurred on by Gov. Pat McCrory, who has assembled a coalition to restore discontinued historic preservation tax credits, state Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Klutz on Thursday directed her statewide whistle-stop tour to Eden, home of Senate leader Phil Berger.
Spurred on by Gov. Pat McCrory, who has assembled a coalition to restore discontinued historic preservation tax credits, state Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Klutz on Thursday directed her statewide whistle-stop tour to Eden, home of Senate leader Phil Berger.
 
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
 
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement upon signing House Bill 1050.
 
The state House pushed ahead Tuesday with House Bill 1050, limiting the amount of money North Carolina cities and towns could charge businesses for privilege licenses. The bill, which would cap municipal privilege licenses at $100 per year, is part of a catch-all tax package designed to tweak...
The state House pushed ahead Tuesday with House Bill 1050, limiting the amount of money North Carolina cities and towns could charge businesses for privilege licenses. The bill, which would cap municipal privilege licenses at $100 per year, is part of a catch-all tax package designed to tweak...
 
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler recently said he may revisit state restrictions on municipalities' involvement in the broadband business. Those comments have raised some eyebrows, both in the broadband industry and among public policy analysts.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler recently said he may revisit state restrictions on municipalities' involvement in the broadband business. Those comments have raised some eyebrows, both in the broadband industry and among public policy analysts.
 
The counties of Beaufort, Bertie, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell Washington and Wayne along with the Cities of Goldsboro and Washington were invited to attend an organizational meeting for a "Joint Land Use Policy Committee for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base".
The counties of Beaufort, Bertie, Dare, Hyde, Tyrrell Washington and Wayne along with the Cities of Goldsboro and Washington were invited to attend an organizational meeting for a "Joint Land Use Policy Committee for the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base".
 
With a few notable exceptions, government agencies in North Carolina do not expect a major hit from Obamacare mandates in the coming year. But that could change in 2015, when large employer requirements kick in for organizations such as the UNC system, where as many as 10,000 temporary employees...
With a few notable exceptions, government agencies in North Carolina do not expect a major hit from Obamacare mandates in the coming year. But that could change in 2015, when large employer requirements kick in for organizations such as the UNC system, where as many as 10,000 temporary employees...
 
State Sen. Jeff Tarte, R-Mecklenburg, believes Special Assessment District revenue bonds may be the fairest method of taxation for economic development infrastructure projects even if the financing instrument attracted only one successful applicant in the five years the bonds have been an option...
State Sen. Jeff Tarte, R-Mecklenburg, believes Special Assessment District revenue bonds may be the fairest method of taxation for economic development infrastructure projects even if the financing instrument attracted only one successful applicant in the five years the bonds have been an option...
 
A proposed state law would prohibit North Carolina cities and towns from using zoning laws to control the way houses look.
A proposed state law would prohibit North Carolina cities and towns from using zoning laws to control the way houses look.
 
'I expect this kind of stuff from Rob "Rielle Who?" Christensen and John "Gunga Din" Frank at McClatchy-Raleigh.
 
A bill passed Wednesday by the House Elections Committee would require local government special elections to be conducted during regularly scheduled general elections and primary elections in even-numbered years.
A bill passed Wednesday by the House Elections Committee would require local government special elections to be conducted during regularly scheduled general elections and primary elections in even-numbered years.
 
In John 3:19 we read: "...people loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil."
In John 3:19 we read: "...people loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil."
 
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