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North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting strategies necessary for economic growth.
North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting strategies necessary for economic growth.
 
The Small Business Administration and Department of Treasury distributed $800 billion of emergency funding via the newly created Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to save businesses from permanent closure during the Covid pandemic.
The Small Business Administration and Department of Treasury distributed $800 billion of emergency funding via the newly created Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) to save businesses from permanent closure during the Covid pandemic.
 
The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Leandro case on August 31
The North Carolina Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the Leandro case on August 31
 
The N.C. Supreme Court questioned lawyers on both sides of a dispute over $785 million in additional education spending tied to the Leandro school funding lawsuit.
The N.C. Supreme Court questioned lawyers on both sides of a dispute over $785 million in additional education spending tied to the Leandro school funding lawsuit.
 
A day before Wednesday's arguments in the Leandro case, justices voted along party lines to reject lawmakers' request to drop the plaintiffs Earls represented.
A day before Wednesday's arguments in the Leandro case, justices voted along party lines to reject lawmakers' request to drop the plaintiffs Earls represented.
 
The Biden administration’s Department of Education announced millions of dollars in funding for colleges that train more minority teachers.
The Biden administration’s Department of Education announced millions of dollars in funding for colleges that train more minority teachers.
 
39 Local Communities to Receive Funding for Park Expansion and Restoration
 
N.C. legislative leaders want one set of Leandro plaintiffs dropped from the current appeal to the N.C. Supreme Court.
N.C. legislative leaders want one set of Leandro plaintiffs dropped from the current appeal to the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
State Sen. Amy Galey, R-Alamance, argues that state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls "has no business" taking part in the Leandro school funding case.
State Sen. Amy Galey, R-Alamance, argues that state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls "has no business" taking part in the Leandro school funding case.
 
As teacher shortages loom ahead of the new school year, union leaders are calling for more financial resources.
As teacher shortages loom ahead of the new school year, union leaders are calling for more financial resources.
 
N.C. Supreme Court Justices Phil Berger Jr. and Anita Earls have turned down requests that they recuse themselves from the Leandro education funding case.
N.C. Supreme Court Justices Phil Berger Jr. and Anita Earls have turned down requests that they recuse themselves from the Leandro education funding case.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $14.5 million in new federal funding to further support postsecondary students in completing their degree or credential and to support beginning teachers as they start a new academic year.
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $14.5 million in new federal funding to further support postsecondary students in completing their degree or credential and to support beginning teachers as they start a new academic year.
 
The Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court Aug. 31 for oral arguments. The case dates back to 1994.
The Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court Aug. 31 for oral arguments. The case dates back to 1994.
 
How the IRS’ increase in funding could result in less money in your pockets
 
Parties in the long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit are submitting final briefs ahead of Aug. 31 N.C. Supreme Court oral arguments in the case.
Parties in the long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit are submitting final briefs ahead of Aug. 31 N.C. Supreme Court oral arguments in the case.
 
Gaston County flood resilience grant featured as one of many federal resilience investments benefitting American communities
Gaston County flood resilience grant featured as one of many federal resilience investments benefitting American communities
 
On August 4, 2022, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $445,582 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $1,382,782.18 to support rural broadband to community anchor institutions through MCNC.
On August 4, 2022, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $445,582 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $1,382,782.18 to support rural broadband to community anchor institutions through MCNC.
 
Colleges and universities nationwide are quickly adopting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) ideologies, and the UNC System is no exception.
Colleges and universities nationwide are quickly adopting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) ideologies, and the UNC System is no exception.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court agrees to extend oral arguments in the Leandro case from 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
The N.C. Supreme Court agrees to extend oral arguments in the Leandro case from 60 minutes to 90 minutes.
 
Pirate Nation raises nearly $70 million through gifts and commitments
Pirate Nation raises nearly $70 million through gifts and commitments
 
Parties in the Leandro school funding lawsuit agree they need more time to argue before the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
Parties in the Leandro school funding lawsuit agree they need more time to argue before the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
 
A lawyer representing a group of N.C. "business leaders" says the group never tried to misrepresent the NC Chamber's support for plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding case.
A lawyer representing a group of N.C. "business leaders" says the group never tried to misrepresent the NC Chamber's support for plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding case.
 
The John Locke Foundation and N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law label a proposed forced money transfer in the Leandro case "unconstitutional."
 
The NC Chamber's general counsel claims a group of state "business leaders" misrepresented the Chamber chair's role in the Leandro school funding case.
The NC Chamber's general counsel claims a group of state "business leaders" misrepresented the Chamber chair's role in the Leandro school funding case.
 
Local Government Commission also OKs School, Other Government Building Funding
 
The acting state controller wants the N.C. Supreme Court to reject a forced money transfer of $785 million for education-related purposes.
The acting state controller wants the N.C. Supreme Court to reject a forced money transfer of $785 million for education-related purposes.
 
A group describing itself as "recognized leaders in the North Carolina business community" supports plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding legal dispute.
A group describing itself as "recognized leaders in the North Carolina business community" supports plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding legal dispute.
 
Unlike earlier recusal requests of Supreme Court justices, the case for Earls to remove herself is clear and robust
 
Leaders of the N.C. General Assembly question a request for state Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the Leandro school funding case.
Leaders of the N.C. General Assembly question a request for state Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the Leandro school funding case.
 
Plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding lawsuit want Republican N.C. Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the case.
Plaintiffs in the Leandro school funding lawsuit want Republican N.C. Supreme Court Justice Phil Berger Jr. to recuse himself from the case.
 
Legislative leaders urge N.C. Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls to step away from the Leandro school funding lawsuit. They cite Earls' previous work in the case.
Legislative leaders urge N.C. Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls to step away from the Leandro school funding lawsuit. They cite Earls' previous work in the case.
 
North Carolina's Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
North Carolina's Leandro school funding lawsuit returns to the N.C. Supreme Court on Aug. 31.
 
State legislative leaders argue a trial court's $785 million Leandro spending order exceeds judicial authority over public education.
State legislative leaders argue a trial court's $785 million Leandro spending order exceeds judicial authority over public education.
 
Lawyers representing the N.C. State Board of Education label a forced transfer of $785 million for Leandro spending "appropriate" and "necessary."
Lawyers representing the N.C. State Board of Education label a forced transfer of $785 million for Leandro spending "appropriate" and "necessary."
 
Plaintiffs in the Leandro education funding lawsuit say a judge was wrong to scrap a court order forcing government officials to transfer money from the state treasury.
Plaintiffs in the Leandro education funding lawsuit say a judge was wrong to scrap a court order forcing government officials to transfer money from the state treasury.
 
Commerce Department fund provides resources for rural economic development
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released a new funding opportunity to create collegiate recovery programs that increase access to healthy and supportive environments in colleges and universities for those who are in addiction recovery.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services released a new funding opportunity to create collegiate recovery programs that increase access to healthy and supportive environments in colleges and universities for those who are in addiction recovery.
 
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