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Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law today:
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed the following bill: House Bill 605
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed the following bill: House Bill 605
 
When the reports of the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE), working in concert with, and for a Democratic Socialist: state's attorney general, governor and plaintiff lawyer to subvert a Representative created general statute regarding elections, I did write this resolution.
When the reports of the North Carolina State Board of Elections (SBE), working in concert with, and for a Democratic Socialist: state's attorney general, governor and plaintiff lawyer to subvert a Representative created general statute regarding elections, I did write this resolution.
 
The N.C. House in a concurrence vote passed House Bill 264, Emergency Powers Accountability Act, 66-44, on Wednesday, Oct. 20. Specifically, the legislation requires the governor to get concurrence from the Council of State for an emergency declaration lasting more than seven days.
The N.C. House in a concurrence vote passed House Bill 264, Emergency Powers Accountability Act, 66-44, on Wednesday, Oct. 20. Specifically, the legislation requires the governor to get concurrence from the Council of State for an emergency declaration lasting more than seven days.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed into law House Bill 951, which will change how power companies, namely, Duke Energy, produce energy and how they can charge customers.
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed into law House Bill 951, which will change how power companies, namely, Duke Energy, produce energy and how they can charge customers.
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: House Bill 951: Energy Solutions for North Carolina.
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: House Bill 951: Energy Solutions for North Carolina.
 
Not only have you completely misrepresented our group, (there were 34 in attendance, by the way) you put us at the top front page of your rag to school us on the issues at hand.
Not only have you completely misrepresented our group, (there were 34 in attendance, by the way) you put us at the top front page of your rag to school us on the issues at hand.
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed three criminal justice reform bills into law today, House Bill 436: Support Law Enforcement Mental Health, House Bill 536: Law Enforcement Duty to Intervene and Senate Bill 300: Criminal Justice Reform.
Governor Roy Cooper signed three criminal justice reform bills into law today, House Bill 436: Support Law Enforcement Mental Health, House Bill 536: Law Enforcement Duty to Intervene and Senate Bill 300: Criminal Justice Reform.
 
A bill to establish a “regulatory sandbox” by waiving certain obstacles for a trial period for fast-emerging financial and insurance products and services is one step closer to becoming law. It cleared the Senate Commerce and Insurance Committee on Tuesday, Sep. 21.
A bill to establish a “regulatory sandbox” by waiving certain obstacles for a trial period for fast-emerging financial and insurance products and services is one step closer to becoming law. It cleared the Senate Commerce and Insurance Committee on Tuesday, Sep. 21.
 
The N.C. Senate passed House Bill 110 on Wednesday, Sept. 8, which would modify rules to the HOPE rental assistance program.
The N.C. Senate passed House Bill 110 on Wednesday, Sept. 8, which would modify rules to the HOPE rental assistance program.
 
The state Senate has voted again, 27-15, to place new limits on the governor’s emergency powers. The Senate’s endorsement of the measure returns the issue to the state House.
The state Senate has voted again, 27-15, to place new limits on the governor’s emergency powers. The Senate’s endorsement of the measure returns the issue to the state House.
 
The N.C. Senate has passed House Bill 890, an all-encompassing measure that could help distillers succeed in a crowded and burgeoning industry.
The N.C. Senate has passed House Bill 890, an all-encompassing measure that could help distillers succeed in a crowded and burgeoning industry.
 
One of the most hotly debated bills of the legislative section cleared its final hurdle Wednesday, Sept. 1, and now heads to Gov. Roy Cooper, who could add the measure to his growing list of vetoes.
One of the most hotly debated bills of the legislative section cleared its final hurdle Wednesday, Sept. 1, and now heads to Gov. Roy Cooper, who could add the measure to his growing list of vetoes.
 
“There’s nothing good going on after midnight that you need to be part of,” my momma repeatedly told me.
“There’s nothing good going on after midnight that you need to be part of,” my momma repeatedly told me.
 
Today, I spoke to the North Carolina Senate Committee on Education/Higher Education about Proposed Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 324.
Today, I spoke to the North Carolina Senate Committee on Education/Higher Education about Proposed Senate Committee Substitute for House Bill 324.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law: House Bill 137 & 138
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law: House Bill 137 & 138
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law: House Bill 196
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed into law House Bill 4, extending the delay on payment deadlines for the renewal of certain alcohol permits.
Gov. Roy Cooper has signed into law House Bill 4, extending the delay on payment deadlines for the renewal of certain alcohol permits.
 
State Representatives John Szoka (R-Cumberland), John Bell (R-Wayne), John Bradford (R-Mecklenburg) and Diane Wheatley (R-Cumberland) filed House Bill
State Representatives John Szoka (R-Cumberland), John Bell (R-Wayne), John Bradford (R-Mecklenburg) and Diane Wheatley (R-Cumberland) filed House Bill
 
North Carolina’s lawmakers are moving to advance school choice.
 
Governor Roy Cooper will sign the following bills into law: House Bill 1105 & 1 other
Governor Roy Cooper will sign the following bills into law: House Bill 1105 & 1 other
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following 24 bills into law: House Bill 1023 & 23 others
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following 24 bills into law: House Bill 1023 & 23 others
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law: House Bill 902 & 4 others
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law: House Bill 902 & 4 others
 
A January 27 article in the News & Observer announced that a bill to make North Carolina a license state for selling liquor is unlikely to receive a vote this year.
A January 27 article in the News & Observer announced that a bill to make North Carolina a license state for selling liquor is unlikely to receive a vote this year.
 
House Majority Leader John Bell (R-Wayne), Sen. Don Davis (D-Pitt), Rep. Chris Humphrey (R-Lenoir) and Sen. Jim Perry (R-Lenoir) praised House passage of the NC Military and Veteran Act of 2019 (SB 230).
House Majority Leader John Bell (R-Wayne), Sen. Don Davis (D-Pitt), Rep. Chris Humphrey (R-Lenoir) and Sen. Jim Perry (R-Lenoir) praised House passage of the NC Military and Veteran Act of 2019 (SB 230).
 
A bill now before the state Senate, House Bill 590, would make a simple but sensible adjustment to an already good regulatory policy.
A bill now before the state Senate, House Bill 590, would make a simple but sensible adjustment to an already good regulatory policy.
 
The House Energy and Public Utilities Committee on Tuesday, June, 25, approved a version of a bill to restrict new wind turbines near military bases, eliminating a proposed ban that was part of the original bill.
The House Energy and Public Utilities Committee on Tuesday, June, 25, approved a version of a bill to restrict new wind turbines near military bases, eliminating a proposed ban that was part of the original bill.
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment on HB 370:
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment on HB 370:
 
The Senate/Higher Education Committee on Wednesday, June 5, approved the bill, introduced in the Senate as S.B. 290. It passed the House, 88-24, April 16.
The Senate/Higher Education Committee on Wednesday, June 5, approved the bill, introduced in the Senate as S.B. 290. It passed the House, 88-24, April 16.
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed House Bill 1014 into law
Governor Roy Cooper signed House Bill 1014 into law
 
After more than two hours of debate, the N.C. House Friday afternoon passed a $24.5 billion General Fund budget by a 61-51 party-line vote.
After more than two hours of debate, the N.C. House Friday afternoon passed a $24.5 billion General Fund budget by a 61-51 party-line vote.
 
A collection of lawmakers, lawyers, lobbyists, and brewers gathered for a news conference Thursday, March 14, to talk about a pair of bills that, if passed into law, would even further energize North Carolina's thriving craft beer market.
A collection of lawmakers, lawyers, lobbyists, and brewers gathered for a news conference Thursday, March 14, to talk about a pair of bills that, if passed into law, would even further energize North Carolina's thriving craft beer market.
 
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
The House Rules Committee gave a favorable report on Monday, Feb. 25 to a bill proposing a constitutional amendment limiting the use of eminent domain for economic development
 
With growing concerns about school safety, should schools be forced to open their doors to hundreds of unchecked adults?
With growing concerns about school safety, should schools be forced to open their doors to hundreds of unchecked adults?
 
Democratic lawmakers are looking to change school performance grades by providing separate marks for achievement and growth
Democratic lawmakers are looking to change school performance grades by providing separate marks for achievement and growth
 
Of that money, $1.5 billion would go to public schools. Community colleges would get $200 million, and the state's universities would receive the remaining $200 million.
Of that money, $1.5 billion would go to public schools. Community colleges would get $200 million, and the state's universities would receive the remaining $200 million.
 
The House approved a bill Wednesday, Feb. 27, asking voters to enshrine eminent domain restrictions in the state constitution. The measure passed easily, by a 94-21 vote.
The House approved a bill Wednesday, Feb. 27, asking voters to enshrine eminent domain restrictions in the state constitution. The measure passed easily, by a 94-21 vote.
 
With his congressional campaign in debt, his integrity under siege, his health in question, and a criminal investigation over corruption gathering steam, some political observers are doubtful.
With his congressional campaign in debt, his integrity under siege, his health in question, and a criminal investigation over corruption gathering steam, some political observers are doubtful.
 
The 2017-18 session of the N.C. General Assembly wrapped up Thursday, setting a record by overriding the 22nd and 23rd vetoes of the biennium
The 2017-18 session of the N.C. General Assembly wrapped up Thursday, setting a record by overriding the 22nd and 23rd vetoes of the biennium
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement on Election Fraud Secrecy
Today, Governor Roy Cooper shared the following statement on Election Fraud Secrecy
 
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