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Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: House Bill 4
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: House Bill 4
 
Private bars will open at limited capacity under a new executive decree from the governor, although at the same time he called for more direct government aid to prop up failing businesses.
Private bars will open at limited capacity under a new executive decree from the governor, although at the same time he called for more direct government aid to prop up failing businesses.
 
Key indicators used to guide decisions throughout pandemic show state’s trends are moving in the right direction
Key indicators used to guide decisions throughout pandemic show state’s trends are moving in the right direction
 
Republicans in the General Assembly are criticizing Gov. Roy Cooper for his inaction on a bill that would reopen schools for in-person instruction.
Republicans in the General Assembly are criticizing Gov. Roy Cooper for his inaction on a bill that would reopen schools for in-person instruction.
 
Last week, a bipartisan coalition of the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed SB37 to safely reopen North Carolina public schools.
Last week, a bipartisan coalition of the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly passed SB37 to safely reopen North Carolina public schools.
 
Governor Roy Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff beginning today, Monday, February 22, 2021 until sunset on February 26, 2021
Governor Roy Cooper has ordered all United States and North Carolina flags at state facilities to be lowered to half-staff beginning today, Monday, February 22, 2021 until sunset on February 26, 2021
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced today $282 million in loans and grants to help pay for 94 drinking water and wastewater projects statewide.
Governor Roy Cooper announced today $282 million in loans and grants to help pay for 94 drinking water and wastewater projects statewide.
 
State House lawmakers from two of the state's largest school districts are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to stop delaying and sign Senate Bill 37, which ensures every family in North Carolina has access to in-person learning in K-12 public schools if they so choose.
State House lawmakers from two of the state's largest school districts are calling on Governor Roy Cooper to stop delaying and sign Senate Bill 37, which ensures every family in North Carolina has access to in-person learning in K-12 public schools if they so choose.
 
Annual award is the state’s highest civilian honor
 
Gov. Roy Cooper may not even realize it, but he’s fallen into a weird pattern of announcing priorities.
Gov. Roy Cooper may not even realize it, but he’s fallen into a weird pattern of announcing priorities.
 
Crown Equipment Corporation projected to add more than 130 new jobs in Lenoir County
Crown Equipment Corporation projected to add more than 130 new jobs in Lenoir County
 
$26.8 million in aid to rural North Carolina in COVID-19 response
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry outlined impacts and response to today’s winter storm, including weather-related delays to vaccine distribution.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry outlined impacts and response to today’s winter storm, including weather-related delays to vaccine distribution.
 
New Product Lines Drive $15.5 Million Expansion
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Brunswick County to survey damage following the tornado that touched down in the community on Monday night.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Brunswick County to survey damage following the tornado that touched down in the community on Monday night.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced James “Jim” Weaver will serve as Secretary and state Chief Information Officer at the Department of Information Technology.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced James “Jim” Weaver will serve as Secretary and state Chief Information Officer at the Department of Information Technology.
 
Governor issues State of Emergency, orders transportation waivers to speed help
 
A Greenville bar owner heads to court this afternoon to seek permission to reopen.
 
Mr. Robert Joseph Cooper, age 72, a resident of Belhaven, NC died Wednesday February 17, 2021.
Mr. Robert Joseph Cooper, age 72, a resident of Belhaven, NC died Wednesday February 17, 2021.
 
Today Governor Roy Cooper issued the following statement on SB37
 
Remarks by President Biden in a CNN Town Hall With Anderson Cooper
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that Dionne Delli-Gatti will replace EPA Administrator Designate Michael Regan as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Quality.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper announced that Dionne Delli-Gatti will replace EPA Administrator Designate Michael Regan as Secretary of the Department of Environmental Quality.
 
Governor Roy Cooper announced new appointments to state boards and commissions today
 
Visit DriveNC.gov for the latest details on road closings and other traffic hazards.
 
Sec. Machelle Sanders will transition from the Dept. of Administration to lead NC’s economic recruitment, workforce development efforts
Sec. Machelle Sanders will transition from the Dept. of Administration to lead NC’s economic recruitment, workforce development efforts
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper recognized and honored North Carolina’s African American leaders and organizations in health and medicine for their contributions to heal and care for their communities.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper recognized and honored North Carolina’s African American leaders and organizations in health and medicine for their contributions to heal and care for their communities.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper’s call for more money for schools while also indicating he would veto a bill that could send students back to school has many in the state scratching their heads.
Gov. Roy Cooper’s call for more money for schools while also indicating he would veto a bill that could send students back to school has many in the state scratching their heads.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Mount Zion Baptist Church in Greensboro to see people getting vaccinated and learn more about how Guilford County is targeting undeserved communities in its vaccine distribution.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited Mount Zion Baptist Church in Greensboro to see people getting vaccinated and learn more about how Guilford County is targeting undeserved communities in its vaccine distribution.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper signed a more than $2 billion COVID relief bill on Wednesday, Feb. 10, despite his call for more spending.
Gov. Roy Cooper signed a more than $2 billion COVID relief bill on Wednesday, Feb. 10, despite his call for more spending.
 
Consensus revenue forecast shows revenues will exceed May 2020 projections by $4.1 billion
 
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.
 
Educators, school personnel and child care workers will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine beginning Feb. 24
Educators, school personnel and child care workers will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine beginning Feb. 24
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: Senate Bill 36
 
FHLI’s NC Oral Health Collaborative partners offer guidance that allows dentists to join the vaccine workforce.
 
Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy K. Cohen, M.D., outlined today how North Carolina is working to provide equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines
Governor Roy Cooper and North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy K. Cohen, M.D., outlined today how North Carolina is working to provide equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines
 
Three Schools Will Each Be Gifted a $100,000 DON’T QUIT! Fitness Center
 
Governor Roy Cooper today outlined a plan for allocating federal COVID-19 relief funds for immediate needs and investing state resources to help North Carolina communities build back as the state turns the corner on the pandemic.
Governor Roy Cooper today outlined a plan for allocating federal COVID-19 relief funds for immediate needs and investing state resources to help North Carolina communities build back as the state turns the corner on the pandemic.
 
Cooper’s comments stopped short of requiring schools to reopen. He said that’s a local decision.
Cooper’s comments stopped short of requiring schools to reopen. He said that’s a local decision.
 
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