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Girl Scout badges for entrepreneurship, math in nature, and digital leadership build crucial skills and offer experiences that equip girls with the tools to build positive futures.
Girl Scout badges for entrepreneurship, math in nature, and digital leadership build crucial skills and offer experiences that equip girls with the tools to build positive futures.
 
Remarks by President Biden at Meeting With Cuban American Leaders
 
The Panthers put a lot on Shaq Thompson last season, so they could attempt to get better on defense.
The Panthers put a lot on Shaq Thompson last season, so they could attempt to get better on defense.
 
Remarks by President Biden Before a Meeting With Business and Labor Leaders
 
The Senate’s top officer is continuing to highlight his concerns about the agenda of “antiracist” summer camps and teacher workshops tied to the Durham Public Schools.
The Senate’s top officer is continuing to highlight his concerns about the agenda of “antiracist” summer camps and teacher workshops tied to the Durham Public Schools.
 
This week, U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and 15 of their colleagues introduced legislation to impose human rights sanctions on the Supreme Leader of Iran
This week, U.S. Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and 15 of their colleagues introduced legislation to impose human rights sanctions on the Supreme Leader of Iran
 
NC High School Athletics Association mounts massive effort to block their dismantling
 
Hannah and Jessica Gerlacher, twin cheerleading stars, filed a complaint on Monday saying that a former coach sexually assaulted them for years, beginning when they were 15 years old.
Hannah and Jessica Gerlacher, twin cheerleading stars, filed a complaint on Monday saying that a former coach sexually assaulted them for years, beginning when they were 15 years old.
 
At least one local board of education has voted to delay controversial new social studies standards that emphasize race and gender in teaching U.S. history and civics.
At least one local board of education has voted to delay controversial new social studies standards that emphasize race and gender in teaching U.S. history and civics.
 
The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today released a new episode in its podcast series “It’s Bigger Than You Think”
The Republican State Leadership Committee (RSLC) today released a new episode in its podcast series “It’s Bigger Than You Think”
 
After some delay, North Carolina Senate leadership released their 2021-22 spending plan yesterday
After some delay, North Carolina Senate leadership released their 2021-22 spending plan yesterday
 
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson and the Senate’s top officer are calling out Charlotte-Mecklenburg school leaders
 
Not much new law, just a caution to school administrators
Not much new law, just a caution to school administrators
 
House Majority Leader John Bell (R-Wayne) and House Deputy Majority Whip Keith Kidwell (R-Beaufort) sent Governor Cooper a letter today calling on him to provide specific details on what “metrics and data” need to be met for his nearly fifteen months long state of emergency to come to an end.
House Majority Leader John Bell (R-Wayne) and House Deputy Majority Whip Keith Kidwell (R-Beaufort) sent Governor Cooper a letter today calling on him to provide specific details on what “metrics and data” need to be met for his nearly fifteen months long state of emergency to come to an end.
 
Today, Governor Cooper, Attorney General Josh Stein, members of the Legislative Black Caucus, the Pasquotank County NAACP, NC NAACP and other Pasquotank leaders met to discuss issues surrounding the shooting of Andrew Brown, Jr, and changes that need to be made in NC law.
Today, Governor Cooper, Attorney General Josh Stein, members of the Legislative Black Caucus, the Pasquotank County NAACP, NC NAACP and other Pasquotank leaders met to discuss issues surrounding the shooting of Andrew Brown, Jr, and changes that need to be made in NC law.
 
North Carolina remains vulnerable to fuel shortages because it’s too reliant on a pair of pipelines for gas and energy, industry leaders and experts told lawmakers.
North Carolina remains vulnerable to fuel shortages because it’s too reliant on a pair of pipelines for gas and energy, industry leaders and experts told lawmakers.
 
Today, Governor Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore, Rep. Robert Reives, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and Senator Dan Blue issued the following statement
Today, Governor Cooper, House Speaker Tim Moore, Rep. Robert Reives, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger and Senator Dan Blue issued the following statement
 
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, says Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, should immediately withdraw his imposed mask mandate.
Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, says Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, should immediately withdraw his imposed mask mandate.
 
She has courage. But politics demands more than that.
She has courage. But politics demands more than that.
 
Remarks by President Biden Before Meeting With Members of Congressional Leadership To Discuss Policy Areas of Mutual Interest
 
Today, the state House voted 77-42 to approve the Kickoff College Sports Act to allow full capacity attendance at outdoor college stadiums.
Today, the state House voted 77-42 to approve the Kickoff College Sports Act to allow full capacity attendance at outdoor college stadiums.
 
Bipartisan bill seeks to help clean up roadways and prevent littering
Bipartisan bill seeks to help clean up roadways and prevent littering
 
Remarks by President Biden at the Virtual Leaders Summit on Climate Session 5: The Economic Opportunities of Climate Action
 
This morning, Governor Roy Cooper, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger, Senator Dan Blue, Speaker Tim Moore and Rep. Robert Reives issued the following statement after Apple announced its decision to build a new campus in Wake County, hiring 3,000 employees and investing $1 billion.
This morning, Governor Roy Cooper, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger, Senator Dan Blue, Speaker Tim Moore and Rep. Robert Reives issued the following statement after Apple announced its decision to build a new campus in Wake County, hiring 3,000 employees and investing $1 billion.
 
Wounded Veterans Honored by Lawmakers Before Passage
 
Rep. Julia Howard, R-Davie, has been removed from her powerful role as senior chair of the state House’s tax-writing Finance Committee.
Rep. Julia Howard, R-Davie, has been removed from her powerful role as senior chair of the state House’s tax-writing Finance Committee.
 
Daniel Payne writes at JustTheNews.com about an interesting endorsement of voter ID laws.
Daniel Payne writes at JustTheNews.com about an interesting endorsement of voter ID laws.
 
Business Owners Rally Support for Bill Before Bipartisan Passage
 
Today, the NC House Homeland Security, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee gave unanimous approval to the No Veteran Left Behind Act (HB 370)
Today, the NC House Homeland Security, Military, and Veterans Affairs Committee gave unanimous approval to the No Veteran Left Behind Act (HB 370)
 
Companion Legislation Would Increase Teacher Pay For Years 15-24
 
Lawmakers Argue No One Person Should Have Unilateral Authority to Shut Down State for Indefinite Time — Regardless of Party
Lawmakers Argue No One Person Should Have Unilateral Authority to Shut Down State for Indefinite Time — Regardless of Party
 
Charter school leaders in North Carolina are urging incoming U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona to continue federal support and protection for charters moving forward.
Charter school leaders in North Carolina are urging incoming U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona to continue federal support and protection for charters moving forward.
 
The bill is also sponsored by Speaker of the House Tim Moore (R-Cleveland), Rep. George Cleveland (R-Onslow) and Rep. Charlie Miller (R-Brunswick).
The bill is also sponsored by Speaker of the House Tim Moore (R-Cleveland), Rep. George Cleveland (R-Onslow) and Rep. Charlie Miller (R-Brunswick).
 
Legislation Called a “Game-Changer” for NC Families
 
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
A group of N.C. House lawmakers have introduced a bill to, they say, strengthen and clarify current law to require approval from a majority of the Council of State for emergency actions by the governor.
 
 We have convened to reaffirm our commitment to quadrilateral cooperation between Australia, India, Japan, and the United States.
 We have convened to reaffirm our commitment to quadrilateral cooperation between Australia, India, Japan, and the United States.
 
Bill Comes on One-Year Anniversary of Gov. Cooper’s Statewide Emergency Order
 
Today, National Economic Council (NEC) Director Brian Deese, National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, and senior Administration officials held a virtual meeting with leaders and advocates focused on climate-related financial risks.
Today, National Economic Council (NEC) Director Brian Deese, National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, and senior Administration officials held a virtual meeting with leaders and advocates focused on climate-related financial risks.
 
N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, says lawmakers are negotiating with Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, on a plan to reopen schools.
N.C. Senate leader Phil Berger, R-Rockingham, says lawmakers are negotiating with Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, on a plan to reopen schools.
 
The North Carolina Senate on Monday failed to override Governor Cooper’s veto of SB37, legislation that would have required districts to provide in-person learning.
The North Carolina Senate on Monday failed to override Governor Cooper’s veto of SB37, legislation that would have required districts to provide in-person learning.
 
The initiative is made possible through $493,546 in funding awarded by the Golden LEAF Board of Directors.
 
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