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Leaders in the General Assembly and governor say they have reached a deal to ensure $30 million for the GREAT rural broadband program.
Leaders in the General Assembly and governor say they have reached a deal to ensure $30 million for the GREAT rural broadband program.
 
As legislators return to Raleigh this week, a top priority must be expanding unemployment insurance.
As legislators return to Raleigh this week, a top priority must be expanding unemployment insurance.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper sent a letter to North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger urging them to expand unemployment benefits for North Carolinians, which are currently among the lowest in the nation.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper sent a letter to North Carolina Speaker of the House Tim Moore and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger urging them to expand unemployment benefits for North Carolinians, which are currently among the lowest in the nation.
 
A list of COVID-19 recommendations from the State Board of Elections is apt to hit a nerve with legislative Republicans.
A list of COVID-19 recommendations from the State Board of Elections is apt to hit a nerve with legislative Republicans.
 
In December, Judge David Lee released recommendations developed by a private consultant (WestEd) to ensure the state complies with its obligation to provide all children the opportunity to a sound, basic education.
In December, Judge David Lee released recommendations developed by a private consultant (WestEd) to ensure the state complies with its obligation to provide all children the opportunity to a sound, basic education.
 
North Carolina taxpayers could get a check from the state by late November.
 
North Carolina should end the budget year more than a half-billion dollars above revenue projections, and House and Senate Republican leadership swiftly credited their tax-cutting, and regulatory-relief policies for the positive budget news
North Carolina should end the budget year more than a half-billion dollars above revenue projections, and House and Senate Republican leadership swiftly credited their tax-cutting, and regulatory-relief policies for the positive budget news
 
The “conservative revolution” in Raleigh is telling us the state is so cash-poor that it can’t afford some vital road repairs and construction.
The “conservative revolution” in Raleigh is telling us the state is so cash-poor that it can’t afford some vital road repairs and construction.
 
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