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Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) issued the following statement after Harry Brown, the North Carolina State Senate Majority Leader, announced his retirement.
Congressman Greg Murphy, M.D. (NC-03) issued the following statement after Harry Brown, the North Carolina State Senate Majority Leader, announced his retirement.
 
The second-ranking Republican in the N.C. Senate will not run for re-election next year.
The second-ranking Republican in the N.C. Senate will not run for re-election next year.
 
The Senate’s Republican leader and top budget writer said Wednesday, May 8, he hopes that chamber’s work on the General Fund budget will be done by the end of May. The House passed a $23.9-billion plan last week.
The Senate’s Republican leader and top budget writer said Wednesday, May 8, he hopes that chamber’s work on the General Fund budget will be done by the end of May. The House passed a $23.9-billion plan last week.
 
The N.C. Senate majority leader is rebutting claims from the Wake County school board that state government is underfunding North Carolina’s largest school system.
The N.C. Senate majority leader is rebutting claims from the Wake County school board that state government is underfunding North Carolina’s largest school system.
 
The Senate is in no rush to take up the House-passed budget for 2019-20, according to its chief budget writer.
The Senate is in no rush to take up the House-passed budget for 2019-20, according to its chief budget writer.
 
Much of the commentary surrounding the recent born-alive abortion-survivors bill assumes the issue is dead.
Much of the commentary surrounding the recent born-alive abortion-survivors bill assumes the issue is dead.
 
Sen. Harry Brown, R-Onslow, is convinced large wind energy projects, such as the Amazon Wind Farm near Elizabeth City, hinder the military’s ability to conduct low-level flight training missions in North Carolina.
Sen. Harry Brown, R-Onslow, is convinced large wind energy projects, such as the Amazon Wind Farm near Elizabeth City, hinder the military’s ability to conduct low-level flight training missions in North Carolina.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper's administration told legislative leaders investigating the Atlantic Coast Pipeline last week it won't allow private investigators hired by the General Assembly to interview state employees.
Gov. Roy Cooper's administration told legislative leaders investigating the Atlantic Coast Pipeline last week it won't allow private investigators hired by the General Assembly to interview state employees.
 
Continuing further development of the State’s growing shellfish industry, Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1), Senator Harry Brown (R-District 6), and Senator Norman W. Sanderson (R-District 2) filed SB 738 (Support Shellfish Industry) in the North Carolina Senate yesterday, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Continuing further development of the State’s growing shellfish industry, Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1), Senator Harry Brown (R-District 6), and Senator Norman W. Sanderson (R-District 2) filed SB 738 (Support Shellfish Industry) in the North Carolina Senate yesterday, Wednesday, May 23, 2018
 
Last Wednesday, along with Senator Harry Brown and Senator Bill Rabon we filed Senate Bill 284 (Property Insurance Fairness)
Last Wednesday, along with Senator Harry Brown and Senator Bill Rabon we filed Senate Bill 284 (Property Insurance Fairness)
 
The Senate is poised to adjourn on Friday, leaving the House behind to finish up with any unfinished business it chooses to take up
The Senate is poised to adjourn on Friday, leaving the House behind to finish up with any unfinished business it chooses to take up
 
It sounds like something out of one of The Godfather movies, or the final days of Nixon. But the reports we're getting make that headline look like a real possibility.
It sounds like something out of one of The Godfather movies, or the final days of Nixon. But the reports we're getting make that headline look like a real possibility.
 
State Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown and Gov. Pat McCrory waged a war of words Tuesday over the Onslow County Republican's proposal to rework the way local sales taxes are allocated.
State Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown and Gov. Pat McCrory waged a war of words Tuesday over the Onslow County Republican's proposal to rework the way local sales taxes are allocated.
 
Senator Harry Brown said the Senate would not have budget votes this week as originally planned. "It may get delayed a few days," he said last week. "There's a few pieces where the provisions are just difficult to put together - some education provisions and (health and human services) provisions."
Senator Harry Brown said the Senate would not have budget votes this week as originally planned. "It may get delayed a few days," he said last week. "There's a few pieces where the provisions are just difficult to put together - some education provisions and (health and human services) provisions."
 
The North Carolina Senate on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, passed Senate Bill 160 (Enhance Safety & Commerce for Ports/Inlets), legislation that addresses the issue of open and navigable channels at the state's inlets and ports.
The North Carolina Senate on Tuesday, May 19, 2015, passed Senate Bill 160 (Enhance Safety & Commerce for Ports/Inlets), legislation that addresses the issue of open and navigable channels at the state's inlets and ports.
 
It's so sad to hear Republicans mouthing platitudes similar to what you'd expect to hear from Barry Obama - or what you might read in the pages of Karl Marx's infamous manifesto
It's so sad to hear Republicans mouthing platitudes similar to what you'd expect to hear from Barry Obama - or what you might read in the pages of Karl Marx's infamous manifesto
 
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
Senate leaders punctuated a week of tax policy talk by introducing a $1 billion tax cut of their own.
 
Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown (R-Onslow) introduced legislation on Monday to reform the state sales tax system. The state levies a 4.75 percent sales tax, while counties levy an additional two percent. The two percent is the focus of the bill, and is currently composed of three different...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown (R-Onslow) introduced legislation on Monday to reform the state sales tax system. The state levies a 4.75 percent sales tax, while counties levy an additional two percent. The two percent is the focus of the bill, and is currently composed of three different...
 
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
 
Senate budget negotiators will meet Wednesday morning in a public "conference committee" meeting to start ironing out differences between three fiscal plans: one proposed by Gov. Pat McCrory and two passed by each legislative chamber. The question is whether House conferees will take part.
Senate budget negotiators will meet Wednesday morning in a public "conference committee" meeting to start ironing out differences between three fiscal plans: one proposed by Gov. Pat McCrory and two passed by each legislative chamber. The question is whether House conferees will take part.
 
Efforts by the state's film industry to continue getting incentives from North Carolina taxpayers were revived Thursday when a Senate committee - and later the entire Senate - approved a new plan awarding grants to filmmakers.
Efforts by the state's film industry to continue getting incentives from North Carolina taxpayers were revived Thursday when a Senate committee - and later the entire Senate - approved a new plan awarding grants to filmmakers.
 
The state Senate, amid a rift among the chamber's leadership, gave its initial approval Thursday to a tax reform bill that would establish a flat tax, lower personal income taxes, and phase out the corporate income tax.
The state Senate, amid a rift among the chamber's leadership, gave its initial approval Thursday to a tax reform bill that would establish a flat tax, lower personal income taxes, and phase out the corporate income tax.
 
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