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As candidates for their respective offices, both Gov. Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein took bold stands defending electricity consumers from being made to pay for coal ash cleanup costs.
As candidates for their respective offices, both Gov. Roy Cooper and Attorney General Josh Stein took bold stands defending electricity consumers from being made to pay for coal ash cleanup costs.
 
With this order, President Biden is ensuring that when the federal government spends taxpayer dollars they are spent on American made goods by American workers and with American-made component parts.
With this order, President Biden is ensuring that when the federal government spends taxpayer dollars they are spent on American made goods by American workers and with American-made component parts.
 
Chinese-0wned companies took hundreds of millions of dollars from the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program that was designed to be a lifeline for small businesses in the United States that were struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chinese-0wned companies took hundreds of millions of dollars from the $660 billion Paycheck Protection Program that was designed to be a lifeline for small businesses in the United States that were struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic.
 
That is the question asked by Spectator Australia as two major power companies have reversed course and opposed the green energy agenda there.
That is the question asked by Spectator Australia as two major power companies have reversed course and opposed the green energy agenda there.
 
There are several prominent players in the health care delivery process.
 
It makes little sense for American investors to risk their money on shadowy companies, as this op-ed points out
It makes little sense for American investors to risk their money on shadowy companies, as this op-ed points out
 
Since 2005, North Carolina has provided over $404 million in subsidies (tax credits and grant payments) to film production companies.
Since 2005, North Carolina has provided over $404 million in subsidies (tax credits and grant payments) to film production companies.
 
Back in June I discussed Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's disturbing suggestion that energy companies that raise doubts about the Administration's response to climate change should be prosecuted under federal racketeering law. At the time it seemed like a farfetched proposal and a clear violation of the...
Back in June I discussed Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's disturbing suggestion that energy companies that raise doubts about the Administration's response to climate change should be prosecuted under federal racketeering law. At the time it seemed like a farfetched proposal and a clear violation of the...
 
The 2015 long legislative session has proven to be just that: long. Many productive ideas have been discussed, among them whether we should take advantage of low interest rates and construction costs to borrow and address long-neglected needs; whether insurance companies or providers should...
The 2015 long legislative session has proven to be just that: long. Many productive ideas have been discussed, among them whether we should take advantage of low interest rates and construction costs to borrow and address long-neglected needs; whether insurance companies or providers should...
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed Senate Bill 665 into law today. The legislation requires insurance companies authorized to transact life insurance business in North Carolina to determine semi-annually if that insurer's records of in-force policies, annuities, and account owners cross-match with any...
Governor Pat McCrory signed Senate Bill 665 into law today. The legislation requires insurance companies authorized to transact life insurance business in North Carolina to determine semi-annually if that insurer's records of in-force policies, annuities, and account owners cross-match with any...
 
Governor McCrory attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at Merz's new headquarters in Raleigh today.
Governor McCrory attended the ribbon cutting ceremony at Merz's new headquarters in Raleigh today.
 
East Carolina University generates $2.8 billion for North Carolina's economy - dollars that make a mark on the state, eastern North Carolina, and our local area.
East Carolina University generates $2.8 billion for North Carolina's economy - dollars that make a mark on the state, eastern North Carolina, and our local area.
 
New innovation grants will assist thirteen North Carolina companies in bringing new, cutting-edge products to the marketplace. Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced the One North Carolina Small Business Fund recipients today along with awards adding up to
New innovation grants will assist thirteen North Carolina companies in bringing new, cutting-edge products to the marketplace. Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced the One North Carolina Small Business Fund recipients today along with awards adding up to
 
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
The Duke Energy coal ash saga reminds us of the old poem, "For Wont of a Nail." No doubt you remember that because of a missing horseshoe nail a horse, a rider, a message, a battle, a war and a kingdom were lost.
 
In many respects, the last few months have been dazzling ones for North Carolina State University. On January 15, President Obama traveled to Raleigh to announce that the university will be the headquarters for a $140 million public-private partnership that develops the "next generation" of...
In many respects, the last few months have been dazzling ones for North Carolina State University. On January 15, President Obama traveled to Raleigh to announce that the university will be the headquarters for a $140 million public-private partnership that develops the "next generation" of...
 
Over the loud objections of American health insurance companies, and with blaming George W. Bush not really an option to convince the even most stupid among us, chiefly the Candidate's voting base, our Liar-in-Chief fixed ObamaCare by blaming health insurance companies.
Over the loud objections of American health insurance companies, and with blaming George W. Bush not really an option to convince the even most stupid among us, chiefly the Candidate's voting base, our Liar-in-Chief fixed ObamaCare by blaming health insurance companies.
 
Internal Republican Party politics ignited by House Speaker Thom Tillis' pending departure and a philosophical battle between moderates and conservatives...
Internal Republican Party politics ignited by House Speaker Thom Tillis' pending departure and a philosophical battle between moderates and conservatives...
 
An effort to allow auto insurance companies to set their own rates collided with opponents on Tuesday as the bill failed to muster enough votes to get out of committee.
An effort to allow auto insurance companies to set their own rates collided with opponents on Tuesday as the bill failed to muster enough votes to get out of committee.
 
Interest is coalescing around legislation that would repeal a law forcing energy companies to buy increasingly larger volumes of costly, tax-subsidized, renewable energy. Rep. Mike Hager, R-Rutherford, is drafting language for a bill as Gov. Pat McCrory pushes for offshore...
Interest is coalescing around legislation that would repeal a law forcing energy companies to buy increasingly larger volumes of costly, tax-subsidized, renewable energy. Rep. Mike Hager, R-Rutherford, is drafting language for a bill as Gov. Pat McCrory pushes for offshore...
 
Where's the craftsmanship and quality in today's society?
Where's the craftsmanship and quality in today's society?
 
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