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Despite his over a three-decade career in public office, Governor Roy Cooper utterly failed to administer the Hurricane Matthew recovery process.
Despite his over a three-decade career in public office, Governor Roy Cooper utterly failed to administer the Hurricane Matthew recovery process.
 
The $34,800,795.75 grant will be used for beach and dune replenishment caused by Hurricane Florence
 
Outside consultants can get a bad rap. Often they deserve it. They might recommend cookie-cutter solutions to problems while failing to account for important, unique local factors.
Outside consultants can get a bad rap. Often they deserve it. They might recommend cookie-cutter solutions to problems while failing to account for important, unique local factors.
 
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment after the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the upcoming Federal Register for $168 million in hurricane recovery mitigation funds for North Carolina.
Governor Roy Cooper shared the following comment after the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced the upcoming Federal Register for $168 million in hurricane recovery mitigation funds for North Carolina.
 
North Carolina may soon see $168 million in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery, after more than a year-long delay.
North Carolina may soon see $168 million in Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery, after more than a year-long delay.
 
As N.C. legislators prepare to consider overriding Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of their 2019-21 budget deal, Republican senators are drawing attention to funding priorities threatened by the veto.
As N.C. legislators prepare to consider overriding Gov. Roy Cooper’s veto of their 2019-21 budget deal, Republican senators are drawing attention to funding priorities threatened by the veto.
 
Legislative leaders plan to allocate $794 million for Hurricane Florence disaster relief when they return to special session on Monday, Oct. 15
Legislative leaders plan to allocate $794 million for Hurricane Florence disaster relief when they return to special session on Monday, Oct. 15
 
Gov. Roy Cooper signed into law the $793 million Hurricane Florence Disaster Recovery Act on Tuesday, Oct. 16, following unanimous legislative passage. An N.C. State University political science professor says not to expect the good vibrations to last
Gov. Roy Cooper signed into law the $793 million Hurricane Florence Disaster Recovery Act on Tuesday, Oct. 16, following unanimous legislative passage. An N.C. State University political science professor says not to expect the good vibrations to last
 
A toll-free legal aid hotline is now available for victims of Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina
 
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