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North Carolina's Rate Bureau has requested for 2024 an annual increase of 42.2%, whereby North Carolina's Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has exhibited a great willingness to take a firm stand against such an exorbitant increase.
North Carolina's Rate Bureau has requested for 2024 an annual increase of 42.2%, whereby North Carolina's Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has exhibited a great willingness to take a firm stand against such an exorbitant increase.
 
At August’s Council of State meeting, North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall said her department faced “a crisis” over inadequate funding for agency staff.
At August’s Council of State meeting, North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall said her department faced “a crisis” over inadequate funding for agency staff.
 
June's meeting comes as the state legislature develops the state budget, and candidates launch campaigns for 2024 elections.
June's meeting comes as the state legislature develops the state budget, and candidates launch campaigns for 2024 elections.
 
The most recovery they've seen is in middle and high school math, with the least recovery in middle school reading.
The most recovery they've seen is in middle and high school math, with the least recovery in middle school reading.
 
as Tillis himself mulls bid for governor and Whatley pushes for NCGOP chairman
as Tillis himself mulls bid for governor and Whatley pushes for NCGOP chairman
 
The North Carolina Council of State meets once a month to deliver updates on state agencies. The council is made up of ten elected leaders of departments within the executive branch, plus the Governor, Lt. Governor, the Secretary of State, the State Treasurer, and the State Auditor.
The North Carolina Council of State meets once a month to deliver updates on state agencies. The council is made up of ten elected leaders of departments within the executive branch, plus the Governor, Lt. Governor, the Secretary of State, the State Treasurer, and the State Auditor.
 
New business growth in North Carolina shows no signs of stopping according to Secretary of State Elaine Marshall.
New business growth in North Carolina shows no signs of stopping according to Secretary of State Elaine Marshall.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper is urging other members of the Council of State to push their own staffs to get vaccinated.
Gov. Roy Cooper is urging other members of the Council of State to push their own staffs to get vaccinated.
 
Some Republican members of the N.C. Council of State used a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 3, to underscore the challenges employers face in finding workers because
Some Republican members of the N.C. Council of State used a meeting Tuesday, Aug. 3, to underscore the challenges employers face in finding workers because
 
Majority of Council of State Decline to Concur with Extension of State Evictions Order.
 
While CDC Evictions Moratorium Extended Through July, Current State Evictions Moratorium Expires June 30 Unless Extended
While CDC Evictions Moratorium Extended Through July, Current State Evictions Moratorium Expires June 30 Unless Extended
 
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
 
A new year and new members haven’t solved tensions within the N.C. Council of State.
 
The Governor commended North Carolinians for their resiliency over the past four years, discussed moving forward as a unified state in Inaugural address
The Governor commended North Carolinians for their resiliency over the past four years, discussed moving forward as a unified state in Inaugural address
 
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
 
While inaugural activities will look different due to the pandemic, Governor Roy Cooper and the Council of State will be sworn in on January 9, 2021 at 10 AM.
While inaugural activities will look different due to the pandemic, Governor Roy Cooper and the Council of State will be sworn in on January 9, 2021 at 10 AM.
 
While some votes here in North Carolina remain to be counted, we can nevertheless make some interesting observations from this week's elections. I will address two of them in this post.
While some votes here in North Carolina remain to be counted, we can nevertheless make some interesting observations from this week's elections. I will address two of them in this post.
 
Republicans can take a breath, even if their signature red is mixed with myriad shades of blue.
Republicans can take a breath, even if their signature red is mixed with myriad shades of blue.
 
The races for seats on the N.C. Council of State were as close as polls predicted. They defined what pollsters call toss-ups, all teetering close to the margin of error.
The races for seats on the N.C. Council of State were as close as polls predicted. They defined what pollsters call toss-ups, all teetering close to the margin of error.
 
Governor Roy Cooper is losing support for this chokeholds from members of the Council of State, which is required by law to approve his Executive orders.
Governor Roy Cooper is losing support for this chokeholds from members of the Council of State, which is required by law to approve his Executive orders.
 
Tensions between Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and some Republican members of the Council of State surfaced again.
Tensions between Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper and some Republican members of the Council of State surfaced again.
 
Today, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest, Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler, Commissioner of Insurance Mike Causey, Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry, Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson and Treasurer Dale Folwell sent a letter to Governor Cooper concerning his COVID-19 response.
Today, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest, Commissioner of Agriculture Steve Troxler, Commissioner of Insurance Mike Causey, Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry, Superintendent of Public Instruction Mark Johnson and Treasurer Dale Folwell sent a letter to Governor Cooper concerning his COVID-19 response.
 
About 30 percent of North Carolina's 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans
About 30 percent of North Carolina's 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans
 
Symbiotic Networks Inc. is pleased to announce that we will host live coverage for the 2016 General Election here on Beaufort County Now
Symbiotic Networks Inc. is pleased to announce that we will host live coverage for the 2016 General Election here on Beaufort County Now
 
A recommendation that the state might impose ethics-related restrictions on secondary employment and corporate board memberships on the state treasurer - and possibly other Council of State officers - drew a mixed response from those officials
A recommendation that the state might impose ethics-related restrictions on secondary employment and corporate board memberships on the state treasurer - and possibly other Council of State officers - drew a mixed response from those officials
 
As part of Governor Pat McCrory's "Project Phoenix" initiative, the North Carolina Council of State has approved a partnership with the City of Raleigh to improve Moore Square in downtown Raleigh
As part of Governor Pat McCrory's "Project Phoenix" initiative, the North Carolina Council of State has approved a partnership with the City of Raleigh to improve Moore Square in downtown Raleigh
 
As the filing period for 2016 elections officially closed, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) will field an impressive slate of candidates across the state to continue the record of economic success and oppose the Obama-Clinton-Cooper agenda.
As the filing period for 2016 elections officially closed, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) will field an impressive slate of candidates across the state to continue the record of economic success and oppose the Obama-Clinton-Cooper agenda.
 
The Council of State on Tuesday approved the sale of five buildings in downtown Raleigh, which will bring more than $1.8 million to state coffers
The Council of State on Tuesday approved the sale of five buildings in downtown Raleigh, which will bring more than $1.8 million to state coffers
 
State Treasurer Janet Cowell's surprise announcement she wouldn't seek re-election left many wondering who should be the next "keeper of the public purse."
State Treasurer Janet Cowell's surprise announcement she wouldn't seek re-election left many wondering who should be the next "keeper of the public purse."
 
In 2014, things at NCGOP HQ appeared to be all about Thom. This year, they appear to be all about Pat.
In 2014, things at NCGOP HQ appeared to be all about Thom. This year, they appear to be all about Pat.
 
In a memo sent earlier today, Governor Pat McCrory asked all state government leaders to slow spending in order to protect the state's strong financial position.
In a memo sent earlier today, Governor Pat McCrory asked all state government leaders to slow spending in order to protect the state's strong financial position.
 
Elections can be viewed at many different angles, from analyzing voter turnout to interpreting vote totals.
Elections can be viewed at many different angles, from analyzing voter turnout to interpreting vote totals.
 
Results from the Civitas Institute's latest poll show overwhelming opposition to North Carolina's program of taxpayer-funded political campaigns.
Results from the Civitas Institute's latest poll show overwhelming opposition to North Carolina's program of taxpayer-funded political campaigns.
 
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