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On April 19, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a Community-Based Grants Initiative Gathering for the Southeast Prosperity Zone in Jacksonville.
On April 19, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a Community-Based Grants Initiative Gathering for the Southeast Prosperity Zone in Jacksonville.
 
The judge in North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding legal dispute calls for state government to spend an additional $785 million on education-related items.
The judge in North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding legal dispute calls for state government to spend an additional $785 million on education-related items.
 
The judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit signaled Friday that he will produce an order next week calling for additional state education spending.
The judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit signaled Friday that he will produce an order next week calling for additional state education spending.
 
Today Judge Michael Robinson held his first substantive hearing as the presiding judge in the long-running Leandro school funding case.
Today Judge Michael Robinson held his first substantive hearing as the presiding judge in the long-running Leandro school funding case.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $34 million in new federal funding to further support postsecondary students in completing their degree or credential and to help address K-12 student learning and mental health needs as students continue to recover from the pandemic.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper directed $34 million in new federal funding to further support postsecondary students in completing their degree or credential and to help address K-12 student learning and mental health needs as students continue to recover from the pandemic.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court is giving the new judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit another seven days to issue his ruling. The high court granted the judge’s request for additional time in an order Wednesday.
The N.C. Supreme Court is giving the new judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit another seven days to issue his ruling. The high court granted the judge’s request for additional time in an order Wednesday.
 
The new judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit wants another seven days to issue his ruling. He asked the N.C. Supreme Court Tuesday to grant him another week to consider the case.
The new judge overseeing North Carolina’s long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit wants another seven days to issue his ruling. He asked the N.C. Supreme Court Tuesday to grant him another week to consider the case.
 
At the April 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding
At the April 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding
 
A new filing in the long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit would lop another $25 million off of the cost of court-ordered education spending.
A new filing in the long-running Leandro school funding lawsuit would lop another $25 million off of the cost of court-ordered education spending.
 
The former presiding jurist in the Leandro school funding case says the current struggles facing public schools in North Carolina are more about a breakdown in classroom instruction than a lack of funding.
The former presiding jurist in the Leandro school funding case says the current struggles facing public schools in North Carolina are more about a breakdown in classroom instruction than a lack of funding.
 
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $10,108,307 in funding to support projects through the Community-Based Grants Initiative in the Western Prosperity Zone, $1.1 million in funding through the Economic Catalyst Program and $998,924.36 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
 
Plaintiffs and N.C. Justice Department lawyers are urging a judge to order $795 million in new state education spending.
Plaintiffs and N.C. Justice Department lawyers are urging a judge to order $795 million in new state education spending.
 
A city in California has reportedly approved $200,000 in funding for “initial research and program design of a guaranteed income pilot program” proposed by DAP Health and Queer Works
A city in California has reportedly approved $200,000 in funding for “initial research and program design of a guaranteed income pilot program” proposed by DAP Health and Queer Works
 
A mother whose 24-year-old son was killed in October allegedly by a criminal whose bail funds were partially paid for by a group called The Bail Project is determined to make people aware of what the organization does.
A mother whose 24-year-old son was killed in October allegedly by a criminal whose bail funds were partially paid for by a group called The Bail Project is determined to make people aware of what the organization does.
 
At the UNC system Board of Governors meeting on January 18, a new funding model was proposed, with some adjustments and feedback discussed at a follow-up meeting on February 23.
At the UNC system Board of Governors meeting on January 18, a new funding model was proposed, with some adjustments and feedback discussed at a follow-up meeting on February 23.
 
State officials report that close to $800 million remains unfunded from a judge’s $1.7 billion state education spending order. That assessment resulted from a court-ordered comparison of the spending plan and the new state budget.
State officials report that close to $800 million remains unfunded from a judge’s $1.7 billion state education spending order. That assessment resulted from a court-ordered comparison of the spending plan and the new state budget.
 
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.
 
Letter to NC Congressional Delegation Outlines Supplemental Funding Package Needed to Invest in COVID-19 Testing, Treatment and Vaccines
Letter to NC Congressional Delegation Outlines Supplemental Funding Package Needed to Invest in COVID-19 Testing, Treatment and Vaccines
 
One line in a new court order could mark a major new development in the long-running legal battle over education funding in North Carolina. The line strikes at the heart of a constitutional dispute about $1.7 billion that has reached the state’s highest court.
One line in a new court order could mark a major new development in the long-running legal battle over education funding in North Carolina. The line strikes at the heart of a constitutional dispute about $1.7 billion that has reached the state’s highest court.
 
The legal dispute over $1.7 billion in court-ordered N.C. education funding will head back to a Wake County courtroom on April 13. The new judge overseeing the dispute set that date during his first online meeting Thursday with lawyers involved in the case.
The legal dispute over $1.7 billion in court-ordered N.C. education funding will head back to a Wake County courtroom on April 13. The new judge overseeing the dispute set that date during his first online meeting Thursday with lawyers involved in the 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.
 
The N.C. Supreme Court has agreed to jump back into the state’s long-running school funding legal dispute. The court wants a trial judge to assess the impact of the new state budget on a $1.7 billion order for additional state education spending.
The N.C. Supreme Court has agreed to jump back into the state’s long-running school funding legal dispute. The court wants a trial judge to assess the impact of the new state budget on a $1.7 billion order for additional state education spending.
 
Currently, North Carolina public schools are sitting on over $4 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. And the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) wants school boards to begin spending it.
Currently, North Carolina public schools are sitting on over $4 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding. And the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE) wants school boards to begin spending it.
 
At the March 7, 2022 regular meeting of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners, Commissioner Chris Chadwick, on behalf of the Carteret County Board of Commissioners, presented a $12,000 check for the Sidney Dive Team
At the March 7, 2022 regular meeting of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners, Commissioner Chris Chadwick, on behalf of the Carteret County Board of Commissioners, presented a $12,000 check for the Sidney Dive Team
 
Legislative leaders argue there’s no good reason for the N.C. Supreme Court to step into a dispute now over $1.7 billion in court-ordered education funding.
Legislative leaders argue there’s no good reason for the N.C. Supreme Court to step into a dispute now over $1.7 billion in court-ordered education funding.
 
North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting economic development and related strategies necessary for economic growth.
North Carolina is home to a number of funding institutions supporting economic development and related strategies necessary for economic growth.
 
At the February Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
At the February Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
 
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $1,080,800 in funding to support projects through the Open Grants Program and $562,678 in increased Disaster Recovery Grant Program funding.
 
Money will support community programs and services to aid in pandemic recovery
 
Supporters of a proposed $1.7 billion court-ordered hike in N.C. education funding are renewing their pleas for action from the N.C. Supreme Court.
Supporters of a proposed $1.7 billion court-ordered hike in N.C. education funding are renewing their pleas for action from the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
The North Carolina Oral Health Collaborative (NCOHC), a program of the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI), has secured funding to begin tackling the complex needs of people seeking oral health services in western North Carolina.
The North Carolina Oral Health Collaborative (NCOHC), a program of the Foundation for Health Leadership & Innovation (FHLI), has secured funding to begin tackling the complex needs of people seeking oral health services in western North Carolina.
 
The N.C. Court of Appeals has thrown out a retired trial judge’s order forcing state officials to transfer $1.7 billion out of the state treasury for education-related spending.
The N.C. Court of Appeals has thrown out a retired trial judge’s order forcing state officials to transfer $1.7 billion out of the state treasury for education-related spending.
 
The judge in the long-running Leandro school funding case could issue an order as early as three weeks compelling the General Assembly to fully fund a court-ordered plan drawn up by California-based consultants.
The judge in the long-running Leandro school funding case could issue an order as early as three weeks compelling the General Assembly to fully fund a court-ordered plan drawn up by California-based consultants.
 
Fauci up to his neck funding coronavirus
Fauci up to his neck funding coronavirus
 
The new program, funded by The Duke Endowment, will be led by FHLI’s Center for Excellence for Integrated Care team
 
Certain Fauci emails were redacted, including his personal edits to a COVID-related federal appropriations measure.
Certain Fauci emails were redacted, including his personal edits to a COVID-related federal appropriations measure.
 
The U.S. House Appropriations Committee voted to cut $40 million from the federal Charter Schools Program, in a major policy shift away from the bipartisan support that charter schools have enjoyed in recent years.
The U.S. House Appropriations Committee voted to cut $40 million from the federal Charter Schools Program, in a major policy shift away from the bipartisan support that charter schools have enjoyed in recent years.
 
Matthew Foldi of the Washington Free Beacon highlights an example of irony in the national election redistricting debate.
Matthew Foldi of the Washington Free Beacon highlights an example of irony in the national election redistricting debate.
 
This week, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and 47 of his Senate colleagues sent a bipartisan letter calling for full funding for the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne JAG) program.
This week, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and 47 of his Senate colleagues sent a bipartisan letter calling for full funding for the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne JAG) program.
 
“[Expanding Medicaid would] provide health care to tens of thousands of hard-working North Carolinians and save state taxpayers’ millions in the process.”
“[Expanding Medicaid would] provide health care to tens of thousands of hard-working North Carolinians and save state taxpayers’ millions in the process.”
 
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