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Passage of House Bill 589 this year brought major changes to energy policy in North Carolina
Passage of House Bill 589 this year brought major changes to energy policy in North Carolina
 
House Bill 589, passed earlier this year by the General Assembly, could put allies of North Carolina’s renewable energy industry somewhat at ease, said Randy Wheeless, a spokesman for Duke Energy, at a Nov. 1 meeting of renewable advocates
House Bill 589, passed earlier this year by the General Assembly, could put allies of North Carolina’s renewable energy industry somewhat at ease, said Randy Wheeless, a spokesman for Duke Energy, at a Nov. 1 meeting of renewable advocates
 
Governor Cooper today signed House Bill 589, a substantial portion of which is necessary and comprehensive energy legislation that secures a booming North Carolina solar energy industry that leads the nation
Governor Cooper today signed House Bill 589, a substantial portion of which is necessary and comprehensive energy legislation that secures a booming North Carolina solar energy industry that leads the nation
 
House Bill 589, the misnamed Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is making its way through the North Carolina Senate
House Bill 589, the misnamed Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is making its way through the North Carolina Senate
 
House Bill 589, Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is anything but competitive or a solution. It is a lobbyists’ dream bill with something for everyone – right down to a set aside for environmental non-profit NCGREENPOWER
House Bill 589, Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is anything but competitive or a solution. It is a lobbyists’ dream bill with something for everyone – right down to a set aside for environmental non-profit NCGREENPOWER
 
Governor Roy Cooper released the following statement on HB 589
 
You've heard it from the Left. You've heard it from the press and on TV. It's all over the Internet. The Voter Suppression Act. Disenfranchised voters. One of the nation's most restrictive voter ID laws. Sweeping. Controversial. Restrictive. Fiercely contested. Assault on democracy.
You've heard it from the Left. You've heard it from the press and on TV. It's all over the Internet. The Voter Suppression Act. Disenfranchised voters. One of the nation's most restrictive voter ID laws. Sweeping. Controversial. Restrictive. Fiercely contested. Assault on democracy.
 
Recent modifications to North Carolina's election laws  -  including changes affecting voter identification, same-day registration, early voting, and absentee ballot applications  -  would have almost no effect on voter turnout, voting experts say.
Recent modifications to North Carolina's election laws  -  including changes affecting voter identification, same-day registration, early voting, and absentee ballot applications  -  would have almost no effect on voter turnout, voting experts say.
 
While the many are trying desperately to convince North Carolinians otherwise, the passage of House Bill 589 is unlikely to have a big effect on voter participation in 2014, 2016, and beyond.
While the many are trying desperately to convince North Carolinians otherwise, the passage of House Bill 589 is unlikely to have a big effect on voter participation in 2014, 2016, and beyond.
 
Please take a moment to tell Governor McCrory that you Support Voter ID and the other election reforms in HB 589 and ask him to sign the bill into law immediately!
Please take a moment to tell Governor McCrory that you Support Voter ID and the other election reforms in HB 589 and ask him to sign the bill into law immediately!
 
The terms "voter suppression" and "outrageous" were bandied about during the recent debate over North Carolina's voter ID and election law reforms.
The terms "voter suppression" and "outrageous" were bandied about during the recent debate over North Carolina's voter ID and election law reforms.
 
Senate Republicans unveiled a voter ID bill Thursday that resembles a version the House passed earlier this year, with a handful of glaring differences.
Senate Republicans unveiled a voter ID bill Thursday that resembles a version the House passed earlier this year, with a handful of glaring differences.
 
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