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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.
 
Today, Governor Cooper signed Senate Bill 2 and House Bill 4 into law
 
House and Senate Republicans are stuck in a debate about oversight of the state's largest mental health provider and who will control mental health services for hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians
House and Senate Republicans are stuck in a debate about oversight of the state's largest mental health provider and who will control mental health services for hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians
 
Governor Roy Cooper has vetoed House Bill 467 and signed into law Senate Bill 131.
 
Last week Governor Cooper and Attorney General Stein withdrew North Carolina from litigation challenging government overreach on farmers.
Last week Governor Cooper and Attorney General Stein withdrew North Carolina from litigation challenging government overreach on farmers.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed House Bill 467, a measure limiting damages property owners can receive if they win nuisance lawsuits against nearby hog farms or other agricultural or forestry operations
Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed House Bill 467, a measure limiting damages property owners can receive if they win nuisance lawsuits against nearby hog farms or other agricultural or forestry operations
 
Rep. Jimmy Dixon, a retired Duplin County hog farmer, pleaded with fellow House members to remember the people who put food on the table
Rep. Jimmy Dixon, a retired Duplin County hog farmer, pleaded with fellow House members to remember the people who put food on the table
 
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
 
Two House bills intended to reduce partisan manipulation of legislative redistricting could be acted on in the short session starting in April, though retiring Sen. Bob Rucho, R-Mecklenburg, predicted the Senate would not approve either.
Two House bills intended to reduce partisan manipulation of legislative redistricting could be acted on in the short session starting in April, though retiring Sen. Bob Rucho, R-Mecklenburg, predicted the Senate would not approve either.
 
Governor Pat McCrory vetoed House Bill 405 last week, citing his support for the intent behind the bill but inadequate protections for honest employees reporting illegal behavior as the reason for his veto. This week, support for maintaining the veto is gaining momentum.
Governor Pat McCrory vetoed House Bill 405 last week, citing his support for the intent behind the bill but inadequate protections for honest employees reporting illegal behavior as the reason for his veto. This week, support for maintaining the veto is gaining momentum.
 
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement on House Bill 405: This bill is intended to address a valid concern of our state's businesses-how to discourage those bad actors who seek employment with the intent to engage in corporate espionage or act as an undercover investigator. This...
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement on House Bill 405: This bill is intended to address a valid concern of our state's businesses-how to discourage those bad actors who seek employment with the intent to engage in corporate espionage or act as an undercover investigator. This...
 
Two months ago, we featured as a Bad Bill of the Week HB 245, which was a bill that would funnel state taxpayer funds to a local children's museum in the bill sponsor's district.
Two months ago, we featured as a Bad Bill of the Week HB 245, which was a bill that would funnel state taxpayer funds to a local children's museum in the bill sponsor's district.
 
The House on Wednesday approved a bill that would shift next year's North Carolina presidential preference primary from late February to March 8. That chamber also nixed a proposed amendment to the N.C. Constitution that would have required a party's candidates for governor and...
The House on Wednesday approved a bill that would shift next year's North Carolina presidential preference primary from late February to March 8. That chamber also nixed a proposed amendment to the N.C. Constitution that would have required a party's candidates for governor and...
 
Governor McCrory took action on two pieces of legislation, signing Senate Bill 78, which increases protections for corrections officers and House Bill 41, which makes technical corrections to revenue laws.
Governor McCrory took action on two pieces of legislation, signing Senate Bill 78, which increases protections for corrections officers and House Bill 41, which makes technical corrections to revenue laws.
 
North Carolina's presidential preference primary would be held March 8, 2016, under House Bill 457, filed by Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, in a move intended to prevent the state from losing delegates in the presidential nominating process.
North Carolina's presidential preference primary would be held March 8, 2016, under House Bill 457, filed by Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, in a move intended to prevent the state from losing delegates in the presidential nominating process.
 
A leading opponent of building a major wind energy facility in Carteret County says it was a tourism-depressing, jobs-killing project that was defeated in spite of, not because of, a state law passed last year to regulate environmental impacts and avoid adverse health effects of...
A leading opponent of building a major wind energy facility in Carteret County says it was a tourism-depressing, jobs-killing project that was defeated in spite of, not because of, a state law passed last year to regulate environmental impacts and avoid adverse health effects of...
 
Two measures that could affect future North Carolina elections appear headed for further study.
Two measures that could affect future North Carolina elections appear headed for further study.
 
Contrary to recent media reports, North Carolina has taken out federal loans to operate its underfunded unemployment insurance system, and it is the state's obligation to see that $2.5 billion debt is repaid, said Dale Folwell, state assistant secretary of employment security.
Contrary to recent media reports, North Carolina has taken out federal loans to operate its underfunded unemployment insurance system, and it is the state's obligation to see that $2.5 billion debt is repaid, said Dale Folwell, state assistant secretary of employment security.
 
Supporters called it "a new concept" allowing North Carolina corporations to operate as for-profit entities with an environmental and public benefit mission.
Supporters called it "a new concept" allowing North Carolina corporations to operate as for-profit entities with an environmental and public benefit mission.
 
The state House today will consider a bill that would make it easier for North Carolina citizens to challenge tax laws in court.
The state House today will consider a bill that would make it easier for North Carolina citizens to challenge tax laws in court.
 
House Bill 408 is working its way through the General Assembly. That's the bill that was introduced at the request of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners to ban road-side hunting in the county.
House Bill 408 is working its way through the General Assembly. That's the bill that was introduced at the request of the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners to ban road-side hunting in the county.
 
Acting on his commitment to transform North Carolina's education system, Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills today to help expand digital learning initiatives and promote technology in the classroom.
Acting on his commitment to transform North Carolina's education system, Governor Pat McCrory signed two bills today to help expand digital learning initiatives and promote technology in the classroom.
 
Gov. Pat McCrory Tuesday signed into law a bill that would rework the state's unemployment insurance system.
Gov. Pat McCrory Tuesday signed into law a bill that would rework the state's unemployment insurance system.
 
A new tool to help the big boys avoid paying taxes on personal property has been approved by this short session of the legislature. It started with the sudden introduction of House Bill 462 titled "Contingency Audits/Assessments".
A new tool to help the big boys avoid paying taxes on personal property has been approved by this short session of the legislature. It started with the sudden introduction of House Bill 462 titled "Contingency Audits/Assessments".
 
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