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A bill currently under consideration would make several useful changes.
 
Bill Would Allow Retirement Systems' Flexibility in Recovering Overpayments
 
Stephanie Brinson is an advanced practice registered nurse seeing thousands of patients a year, along with five other APRNs, in a Garner practice open seven days week.
Stephanie Brinson is an advanced practice registered nurse seeing thousands of patients a year, along with five other APRNs, in a Garner practice open seven days week.
 
A bill passed through the North Carolina House Education Committee on March 28 would require public schools to offer character education in all grade levels in public schools. The intent of the program is to reduce bullying and harassment behavior.
A bill passed through the North Carolina House Education Committee on March 28 would require public schools to offer character education in all grade levels in public schools. The intent of the program is to reduce bullying and harassment behavior.
 
RALEIGH: Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed two bills into law:
 
By a vote of 111-2, the N.C. House approved a bill today to re-evaluate four-year college degree requirements for state jobs.
By a vote of 111-2, the N.C. House approved a bill today to re-evaluate four-year college degree requirements for state jobs.
 
Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law today:
 
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.
 
The state Senate has voted again, 27-15, to place new limits on the governorís emergency powers. The Senateís 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 governorís emergency powers. The Senateís endorsement of the measure returns the issue to the state House.
 
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 Wilson Times editors took the General Assembly to task for passing House Bill 277, which would create a study group to decide how to the state should regulate naturopathic doctors as "licensed health care practitioners."
The Wilson Times editors took the General Assembly to task for passing House Bill 277, which would create a study group to decide how to the state should regulate naturopathic doctors as "licensed health care practitioners."
 
Debate got testy Friday, April 27, as the Joint Select Committee on Judicial Reform and Redistricting discussed two House-passed bills awaiting action in the Senate
Debate got testy Friday, April 27, as the Joint Select Committee on Judicial Reform and Redistricting discussed two House-passed bills awaiting action in the Senate
 
Gov. Roy Cooper took three strikes in Wake County Superior Court this week as judges ruled in favor of the General Assembly in a continuing battle over separation of powers
Gov. Roy Cooper took three strikes in Wake County Superior Court this week as judges ruled in favor of the General Assembly in a continuing battle over separation of powers
 
During the 2016 gubernatorial campaign, Democratic politicians, progressive activists, and left-leaning media outlets excoriated Pat McCrory and other North Carolina Republicans for elevating divisive social disputes above the issues that most voters care most about, such as creating jobs and impr
During the 2016 gubernatorial campaign, Democratic politicians, progressive activists, and left-leaning media outlets excoriated Pat McCrory and other North Carolina Republicans for elevating divisive social disputes above the issues that most voters care most about, such as creating jobs and impr
 
Governor Roy Cooper today signed Executive Order No. 24, to promote diversity and prohibit discrimination in government agencies and government contracts in an effort to make North Carolina a welcoming place to all
Governor Roy Cooper today signed Executive Order No. 24, to promote diversity and prohibit discrimination in government agencies and government contracts in an effort to make North Carolina a welcoming place to all
 
The Republican-led N.C. House is scheduled to vote Thursday on overriding five vetoes from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper
The Republican-led N.C. House is scheduled to vote Thursday on overriding five vetoes from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would change the way local governments issue public notices and referred to the measure as an attack on newspapers
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would change the way local governments issue public notices and referred to the measure as an attack on newspapers
 
Today, Governor Cooper vetoed House Bill 205
 
Governor Roy Cooper today signed House Bill 243, the STOP Act, into law in a ceremony at the North Carolina State Capitol
Governor Roy Cooper today signed House Bill 243, the STOP Act, into law in a ceremony at the North Carolina State Capitol
 
A stint in juvenile detention is tough for kids who run afoul of the law, but it's nothing compared to time spent in adult prison
A stint in juvenile detention is tough for kids who run afoul of the law, but it's nothing compared to time spent in adult prison
 
North Carolina professional basketball fans can rejoice: The 68th NBA All-Star Championship will be held Feb. 17, 2019, at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte
North Carolina professional basketball fans can rejoice: The 68th NBA All-Star Championship will be held Feb. 17, 2019, at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte
 
Roy Cooper was mending fences. Just not the ones you might have imagined
 
There are currently no laws regulating body piercers in the state of North Carolina
There are currently no laws regulating body piercers in the state of North Carolina
 
Why is it that the hardest words to say are, "I'm Sorry," and "I made a mistake?" Think of the needless pain and problems that could be avoided if people, especially those in leadership, owned up to their mistakes
Why is it that the hardest words to say are, "I'm Sorry," and "I made a mistake?" Think of the needless pain and problems that could be avoided if people, especially those in leadership, owned up to their mistakes
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 239 and Senate Bill 68. Gov. Cooper's statements on today's vetoes
Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 239 and Senate Bill 68. Gov. Cooper's statements on today's vetoes
 
Repeal of House Bill 2 closed one chapter in the culture war
 
The NCAA Board of Governors has voted "reluctantly" to allow North Carolina to be considered again as a host site for college sports national championships
The NCAA Board of Governors has voted "reluctantly" to allow North Carolina to be considered again as a host site for college sports national championships
 
Lost beneath headlines highlighting the rancorous repeal of House Bill 2, N.C. lawmakers took another vote on the same day that could produce major long-term positive benefits for state government finances
Lost beneath headlines highlighting the rancorous repeal of House Bill 2, N.C. lawmakers took another vote on the same day that could produce major long-term positive benefits for state government finances
 
Left-wing activists spent a year complaining that House Bill 2 was hurting North Carolina's business climate
Left-wing activists spent a year complaining that House Bill 2 was hurting North Carolina's business climate
 
Yesterday, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law House Bill 142, bipartisan legislation that initiated a full repeal of House Bill 2
Yesterday, Governor Roy Cooper signed into law House Bill 142, bipartisan legislation that initiated a full repeal of House Bill 2
 
Here's a recount of the twists and turns of House Bill 2, the infamous "bathroom bill."
Here's a recount of the twists and turns of House Bill 2, the infamous "bathroom bill."
 
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the North Carolina Legislature's vote Thursday to repeal HB2
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the North Carolina Legislature's vote Thursday to repeal HB2
 
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