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The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced it is expanding eligibility for food assistance benefits to help college students who are struggling to purchase food and stay in school during the pandemic.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services today announced it is expanding eligibility for food assistance benefits to help college students who are struggling to purchase food and stay in school during the pandemic.
 
North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services participants can now purchase groceries online using their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at an additional authorized online EBT retailer, Publix Super Markets Inc.
North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services participants can now purchase groceries online using their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at an additional authorized online EBT retailer, Publix Super Markets Inc.
 
North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services participants can purchase groceries online using their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at an additional authorized online EBT retailer, BJ’s Wholesale Club.
North Carolina Food and Nutrition Services participants can purchase groceries online using their Electronic Benefit Transfer cards at an additional authorized online EBT retailer, BJ’s Wholesale Club.
 
Legislation introduced by Republican lawmakers would mandate recipients of unemployment benefits actively search for work, a requirement that hasn’t been in place since the pandemic began in March.
Legislation introduced by Republican lawmakers would mandate recipients of unemployment benefits actively search for work, a requirement that hasn’t been in place since the pandemic began in March.
 
In yet another sign of turmoil at the N.C. Division of Employment Security, officials announced this week the division overpaid more than $69 million in unemployment benefits last year.
In yet another sign of turmoil at the N.C. Division of Employment Security, officials announced this week the division overpaid more than $69 million in unemployment benefits last year.
 
Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced that Food and Nutrition Services recipients will see a temporary increase in the amount of benefits they receive.
Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced that Food and Nutrition Services recipients will see a temporary increase in the amount of benefits they receive.
 
Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced that Food and Nutrition Services recipients will see a temporary increase in the amount of benefits they receive.
Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced that Food and Nutrition Services recipients will see a temporary increase in the amount of benefits they receive.
 
Cooper Administration Demands Unemployment Benefits Back Right Before Christmas
 
Yinon Weiss writes for the Federalist about evidence countering the supposed benefits of wearing masks to fight COVID-19.
Yinon Weiss writes for the Federalist about evidence countering the supposed benefits of wearing masks to fight COVID-19.
 
Taxes and employee benefits are at the center of the race for N.C. treasurer.
 
The United States Department of Agriculture approved North Carolina’s waiver request to issue automatic replacement benefits to people who receive Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) in 11 North Carolina counties impacted by Hurricane Isaias.
The United States Department of Agriculture approved North Carolina’s waiver request to issue automatic replacement benefits to people who receive Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) in 11 North Carolina counties impacted by Hurricane Isaias.
 
President Trump signed a number of executive orders to circumvent a congressional impasse over another round of government relief and stimulus.
President Trump signed a number of executive orders to circumvent a congressional impasse over another round of government relief and stimulus.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging North Carolinians who are enrolled in the federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) to use their food benefits during COVID-19 to support good nutrition for their families.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is encouraging North Carolinians who are enrolled in the federal Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) to use their food benefits during COVID-19 to support good nutrition for their families.
 
Next week, thousands of North Carolinians who are out of work due to COVID-19 will see a drastic reduction in their unemployment benefits despite this pandemic being far from over.
Next week, thousands of North Carolinians who are out of work due to COVID-19 will see a drastic reduction in their unemployment benefits despite this pandemic being far from over.
 
Teacher pay is always a lively topic in North Carolina.
 
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) reportedly told House Republicans in a conference call on Wednesday that the temporary unemployment insurance policy will not be extended past its original end date.
 
Homeschooling works. The roughly 2 million children who currently learn at home join a millennia-old practice supported by many government officials, scholars, college officials, and employers.
Homeschooling works. The roughly 2 million children who currently learn at home join a millennia-old practice supported by many government officials, scholars, college officials, and employers.
 
To help families access food during the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is temporarily increasing benefits for May 2020 to current Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) recipients in North Carolina.
To help families access food during the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is temporarily increasing benefits for May 2020 to current Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) recipients in North Carolina.
 
N.C. House members took on a host of time-sensitive issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic during a Wednesday, April 29, meeting of the House Pensions and Retirement Committee.
N.C. House members took on a host of time-sensitive issues arising from the COVID-19 pandemic during a Wednesday, April 29, meeting of the House Pensions and Retirement Committee.
 
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
Even as many businesses try to get forgivable loans to keep their employees at work, others are furloughing or laying off workers because unemployment benefits through July will be much more generous than whatever the business could pay.
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that North Carolina has been approved for the new Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program, to help families purchase food for children impacted by school closings due to COVID-19.
Governor Roy Cooper announced today that North Carolina has been approved for the new Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program, to help families purchase food for children impacted by school closings due to COVID-19.
 
Abby McCloskey and Angela Rachidi explain in an Institute for Family Studies column how economic disruption tied to the coronavirus pandemic could produce one beneficial long-term change.
Abby McCloskey and Angela Rachidi explain in an Institute for Family Studies column how economic disruption tied to the coronavirus pandemic could produce one beneficial long-term change.
 
North Carolinians who have filed for unemployment insurance because of COVID-19 won’t see payments for at least two weeks, state officials said during a Friday, April 3 news conference.
North Carolinians who have filed for unemployment insurance because of COVID-19 won’t see payments for at least two weeks, state officials said during a Friday, April 3 news conference.
 
To help families access food during the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is temporarily increasing benefits for March 2020 and April 2020 to current Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) recipients in North Carolina.
To help families access food during the COVID-19 pandemic, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is temporarily increasing benefits for March 2020 and April 2020 to current Food and Nutrition Services (FNS) recipients in North Carolina.
 
Workers are Reminded to Complete their Weekly Certification Each Week to Receive Benefits
 
Council of State didn't approve EO, Forest says; unclear how new UI rules will work
 
Between 2002 and 2017, Florida expanded its private school voucher program, and according to a new NBER study, children who participated in the program were the big winners.
Between 2002 and 2017, Florida expanded its private school voucher program, and according to a new NBER study, children who participated in the program were the big winners.
 
North Carolina is a model for states looking to diffuse a looming debt crisis over unfunded health care benefits for state retirees, the Manhattan Institute says in a report.
North Carolina is a model for states looking to diffuse a looming debt crisis over unfunded health care benefits for state retirees, the Manhattan Institute says in a report.
 
President Donald J. Trump is ensuring our veterans receive the student loan and educational benefits to which they are entitled and deserve.
President Donald J. Trump is ensuring our veterans receive the student loan and educational benefits to which they are entitled and deserve.
 
Yesterday, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, co-sponsored bipartisan legislation to increase veterans’ disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
Yesterday, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, co-sponsored bipartisan legislation to increase veterans’ disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
 
Benefit or boondoggle? That’s the billion-dollar question.
 
Earlier this week, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored bipartisan legislation that would provide tax relief for children receiving benefits who have lost a parent serving in the military.
Earlier this week, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored bipartisan legislation that would provide tax relief for children receiving benefits who have lost a parent serving in the military.
 
Beaufort County Community College has started working with local manufacturers to help fill essential roles in their companies.
Beaufort County Community College has started working with local manufacturers to help fill essential roles in their companies.
 
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored the bipartisan Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need (HAVEN) Act this week to protect the economic security and well-being of veterans and their families who rely on disability benefits and may be experiencing financial hardship.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) co-sponsored the bipartisan Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need (HAVEN) Act this week to protect the economic security and well-being of veterans and their families who rely on disability benefits and may be experiencing financial hardship.
 
Because of the federal shutdown at the beginning of the year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to adjust distribution schedules for Food and Nutrition Services benefits.
Because of the federal shutdown at the beginning of the year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is continuing to adjust distribution schedules for Food and Nutrition Services benefits.
 
An angry teacher on Facebook wondered why those in charge of the State Health Plan “felt the need…to remind us that we are funded by taxpayers” on the new insurance ID cards
An angry teacher on Facebook wondered why those in charge of the State Health Plan “felt the need…to remind us that we are funded by taxpayers” on the new insurance ID cards
 
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) continued his strong support for veterans and military families of Eastern North Carolina by voting for legislation to greatly expand GI bill benefits
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) continued his strong support for veterans and military families of Eastern North Carolina by voting for legislation to greatly expand GI bill benefits
 
Governor Pat McCrory's request was approved today to extend the statewide hot food waiver until November 30.
 
Today, the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs held a hearing on pending legislation to improve veterans' health care and benefits, five of which were bills co-introduced by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC).
Today, the Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs held a hearing on pending legislation to improve veterans' health care and benefits, five of which were bills co-introduced by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC).
 
A legislative oversight committee on Monday delayed recommending changes in supplemental state employee insurance benefits after members could not agree whether to reform the current system or overhaul it.
A legislative oversight committee on Monday delayed recommending changes in supplemental state employee insurance benefits after members could not agree whether to reform the current system or overhaul it.
 
Neal Alexander, Director of the NC Office of State Human Resources (OSHR), announced today that former state employee, Chakrapani Tadementi, hired in March 1995, was indicted by a grand jury on the charges of felony larceny and retention of property under false pretense
Neal Alexander, Director of the NC Office of State Human Resources (OSHR), announced today that former state employee, Chakrapani Tadementi, hired in March 1995, was indicted by a grand jury on the charges of felony larceny and retention of property under false pretense
 
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