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The N.C. House will consider a bill Monday to allow mental health counselors to work across state lines.
The N.C. House will consider a bill Monday to allow mental health counselors to work across state lines.
 
Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely
 
We all want North Carolina to be an attractive place to live, work, create jobs, rear families, and build communities.
We all want North Carolina to be an attractive place to live, work, create jobs, rear families, and build communities.
 
Two executive orders President Donald Trump signed Wednesday, April 10, could expedite completion of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and other interstate energy transmission projects that have been delayed by state regulators.
Two executive orders President Donald Trump signed Wednesday, April 10, could expedite completion of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and other interstate energy transmission projects that have been delayed by state regulators.
 
After a natural disaster, most people strive to restore their normal lives. But, in some cases, the return to normal might not be the best option
After a natural disaster, most people strive to restore their normal lives. But, in some cases, the return to normal might not be the best option
 
Interstate 95 through North Carolina is now reopened to all traffic, Governor Roy Cooper announced Sunday night
Interstate 95 through North Carolina is now reopened to all traffic, Governor Roy Cooper announced Sunday night
 
Backroads, byways, boondoggles, and brouhahas is an occasional column - taken from news sources throughout North Carolina - highlighting how government spends our money and makes other questionable moves about which state residents may not be aware
Backroads, byways, boondoggles, and brouhahas is an occasional column - taken from news sources throughout North Carolina - highlighting how government spends our money and makes other questionable moves about which state residents may not be aware
 
North Carolina is getting a new interstate, Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday
North Carolina is getting a new interstate, Governor Roy Cooper announced Thursday
 
Occupational licensing rules may be keeping people from moving across state lines and toward job opportunities, a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests
Occupational licensing rules may be keeping people from moving across state lines and toward job opportunities, a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests
 
With all the furor and protests accompanying the launch of the Donald Trump administration, you might assume there's little room for bipartisan cooperation in Washington
With all the furor and protests accompanying the launch of the Donald Trump administration, you might assume there's little room for bipartisan cooperation in Washington
 
The special session of the General Assembly that convened today is taking a harsh view of the controversial plan to add high-occupancy tolling lanes to the center corridor of Interstate 77 north of Charlotte
The special session of the General Assembly that convened today is taking a harsh view of the controversial plan to add high-occupancy tolling lanes to the center corridor of Interstate 77 north of Charlotte
 
Here's one of those statements that seems like it can't be true and yet is firmly supported by the evidence: Americans don't move around as much as they used to.
Here's one of those statements that seems like it can't be true and yet is firmly supported by the evidence: Americans don't move around as much as they used to.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has announced that the Federal Highway Administration has today approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
Governor Pat McCrory has announced that the Federal Highway Administration has today approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
 
Last week, Congressmen G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) and Walter Jones (NC-03) sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Anthony Foxx calling for the agency to approve North Carolina Department of Transportation's (NCDOT) request to designate portions of U.S. Highway 264 as a Fut
Last week, Congressmen G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) and Walter Jones (NC-03) sent a letter to U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Anthony Foxx calling for the agency to approve North Carolina Department of Transportation's (NCDOT) request to designate portions of U.S. Highway 264 as a Fut
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina is seeking federal approval to designate U.S. 264 as a future interstate from the U.S. 264/64 split in Zebulon to Greenville
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that North Carolina is seeking federal approval to designate U.S. 264 as a future interstate from the U.S. 264/64 split in Zebulon to Greenville
 
Managed-lane opponents in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties aren't giving up after hearing the news that the Senate will allow the General Assembly to adjourn without taking up House Bill 954, a measure canceling the Interstate 77 high-occupancy or toll lanes project
Managed-lane opponents in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties aren't giving up after hearing the news that the Senate will allow the General Assembly to adjourn without taking up House Bill 954, a measure canceling the Interstate 77 high-occupancy or toll lanes project
 
The state House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a bill that would put the brakes on the Interstate 77 high-occupancy or toll lanes project in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties
The state House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a bill that would put the brakes on the Interstate 77 high-occupancy or toll lanes project in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties
 
Efforts to block the controversial high-occupancy or toll lanes on Interstate 77 in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties gained momentum on Wednesday as a bill to cancel the project cleared two committees
Efforts to block the controversial high-occupancy or toll lanes on Interstate 77 in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties gained momentum on Wednesday as a bill to cancel the project cleared two committees
 
North Carolina has received approval for the names of two new interstate route designations in the eastern part of the state. The American Association of State and Transportation Officials approved I-42 for the U.S. 70 Corridor between I-40 and Morehead City, and I-87 for U.S. 64/17 between...
North Carolina has received approval for the names of two new interstate route designations in the eastern part of the state. The American Association of State and Transportation Officials approved I-42 for the U.S. 70 Corridor between I-40 and Morehead City, and I-87 for U.S. 64/17 between...
 
Governor Pat McCrory unveiled a future U.S. Interstate 70 sign today during a ceremony in Goldsboro
 
CityLab.com, a website on urban policy published by The Atlantic Monthly, reports that the High-Occupancy Tolling project on Interstate 77 north of Charlotte won a dubious honor, making the list of 12 “highway boondoggles” identified by U.S. PIRG, a group founded by Ralph Nader.
CityLab.com, a website on urban policy published by The Atlantic Monthly, reports that the High-Occupancy Tolling project on Interstate 77 north of Charlotte won a dubious honor, making the list of 12 “highway boondoggles” identified by U.S. PIRG, a group founded by Ralph Nader.
 
Even though Gov. Pat McCrory has said the tolling project along the Interstate 77 corridor north of Charlotte will go forward, it faces a challenge to its constitutionality, as well as allegations the contractor did not meet full-disclosure requirements.
Even though Gov. Pat McCrory has said the tolling project along the Interstate 77 corridor north of Charlotte will go forward, it faces a challenge to its constitutionality, as well as allegations the contractor did not meet full-disclosure requirements.
 
A 26-mile stretch of Interstate 77 in the Charlotte area soon could become the first highway in the state to use flexible toll pricing. Plans call for the state Department of Transportation to enter into a public-private partnership agreement with Cintra Infraestructuras, a company based in...
A 26-mile stretch of Interstate 77 in the Charlotte area soon could become the first highway in the state to use flexible toll pricing. Plans call for the state Department of Transportation to enter into a public-private partnership agreement with Cintra Infraestructuras, a company based in...
 
If the state cannot restrict your choice of marriage how can it keep you from marrying your dog?
 
A new "public-private partnership" in North Carolina appears to put hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars at risk while guaranteeing profit for a company that has run into trouble in other states.
A new "public-private partnership" in North Carolina appears to put hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars at risk while guaranteeing profit for a company that has run into trouble in other states.
 
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today.
 
The North Carolina State Board of Elections reported Wednesday to the Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee on the effects of the state's new voter reforms.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections reported Wednesday to the Joint Legislative Elections Oversight Committee on the effects of the state's new voter reforms.
 
As winter weather and precipitation have moved out of the state and temperatures are rising, road conditions are improving, but motorists should continue to use caution. Icy patches and black ice remain a danger in many areas.
As winter weather and precipitation have moved out of the state and temperatures are rising, road conditions are improving, but motorists should continue to use caution. Icy patches and black ice remain a danger in many areas.
 
Taxpayers and motorists would be better served if the proposed Monroe Connector/Bypass were judged on a merit-based system adopted last year rather than the old system that typically rewarded political influence and geography, a top transportation planner said.
Taxpayers and motorists would be better served if the proposed Monroe Connector/Bypass were judged on a merit-based system adopted last year rather than the old system that typically rewarded political influence and geography, a top transportation planner said.
 
This was supposed to be a great weekend for Thom Tillis. He's presiding over the state House at a historic time for the NCGOP. The state GOP convention was in his neck of the woods.
This was supposed to be a great weekend for Thom Tillis. He's presiding over the state House at a historic time for the NCGOP. The state GOP convention was in his neck of the woods.
 
The "good roads" state is quickly turning into the "traffic congestion" state. Both rural and urban interstates are poorly maintained and congested.
The "good roads" state is quickly turning into the "traffic congestion" state. Both rural and urban interstates are poorly maintained and congested.
 
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