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When lawmakers are complaining that your building projects seem a bit expensive, it might not be the best time to tell them that you spend a little extra money to ensure that all of your bricks look the same
When lawmakers are complaining that your building projects seem a bit expensive, it might not be the best time to tell them that you spend a little extra money to ensure that all of your bricks look the same
 
State Sen. Rick Horner can quip with the best of them. During a recent debate about school construction needs in North Carolina, the Wilson County lawmaker and former school-board chairman argued that the state lottery ought to fulfill its original mandate by producing more money
State Sen. Rick Horner can quip with the best of them. During a recent debate about school construction needs in North Carolina, the Wilson County lawmaker and former school-board chairman argued that the state lottery ought to fulfill its original mandate by producing more money
 
Supporters of the Connect NC Bond will soon start seeing results at Beaufort County Community College's campus
Supporters of the Connect NC Bond will soon start seeing results at Beaufort County Community College's campus
 
Governor Pat McCrory highlighted North Carolina's growing economy and how the state can work with federal partners to continue the growth at the 2016 North Carolina Business and Economic Development Summit in Washington, D.C. Hosted by U.S. Congressman Richard Hudson
Governor Pat McCrory highlighted North Carolina's growing economy and how the state can work with federal partners to continue the growth at the 2016 North Carolina Business and Economic Development Summit in Washington, D.C. Hosted by U.S. Congressman Richard Hudson
 
Governor Pat McCrory and Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz visited Mount Mitchell State Park yesterday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of North Carolina's state parks...
Governor Pat McCrory and Natural and Cultural Resources Secretary Susan Kluttz visited Mount Mitchell State Park yesterday to celebrate the 100th anniversary of North Carolina's state parks...
 
The Council of State unanimously approved a resolution today for the issuance and sale of $200 million in bonds to support the Connect NC investments in our state's education, parks, National Guard, and water and sewer infrastructure
The Council of State unanimously approved a resolution today for the issuance and sale of $200 million in bonds to support the Connect NC investments in our state's education, parks, National Guard, and water and sewer infrastructure
 
The governor's message was a simple, yet powerful one: at a time when the nation is more divided than ever before, North Carolina bucked the national trend and came together to pass the Connect NC Bond by an overwhelming bi-partisan majority.
The governor's message was a simple, yet powerful one: at a time when the nation is more divided than ever before, North Carolina bucked the national trend and came together to pass the Connect NC Bond by an overwhelming bi-partisan majority.
 
Governor Pat McCrory is touring the state today to thank the people of North Carolina and celebrate the passage of the $2 billion Connect NC bond proposal.
Governor Pat McCrory is touring the state today to thank the people of North Carolina and celebrate the passage of the $2 billion Connect NC bond proposal.
 
The Third Congressional District Republican Party Executive Committee adopted a resolution against the Connect NC Bond on March 5, 2016.
The Third Congressional District Republican Party Executive Committee adopted a resolution against the Connect NC Bond on March 5, 2016.
 
While publicly lobbying for the $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum that will be on the March 15 ballot, Gov. Pat McCrory and members of his administration say the measure will be fiscally prudent, reducing state General Fund debt over the next five years.
While publicly lobbying for the $2 billion Connect NC bond referendum that will be on the March 15 ballot, Gov. Pat McCrory and members of his administration say the measure will be fiscally prudent, reducing state General Fund debt over the next five years.
 
An Octogenarian woman took her pre-teen grandson out to plant pine seedlings, explaining that one day they would grow into tall trees that provided shade and wood to build houses.
An Octogenarian woman took her pre-teen grandson out to plant pine seedlings, explaining that one day they would grow into tall trees that provided shade and wood to build houses.
 
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
Governor Pat McCrory visited Fayetteville State University today to talk about Connect NC projects proposed for the school and the region.
 
Governor Pat McCrory's Connect NC bond proposal has gained the support of two key Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).
 
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