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Cuomo has ruled out resigning and has already committed to running for reelection in 2022.
 
Vice President Mike Pence's remarks at the National Governors Association Luncheon
 
Governor Roy Cooper has submitted several 'shovel ready' infrastructure projects to be considered by the federal government
Governor Roy Cooper has submitted several 'shovel ready' infrastructure projects to be considered by the federal government
 
Governor Pat McCrory has been re-appointed to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association
Governor Pat McCrory has been re-appointed to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association
 
Governor Pat McCrory has been re-appointed to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association.
 
Governor Pat McCrory will attend the National Governors Association (NGA) Summer Meeting hosted by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
Governor Pat McCrory will attend the National Governors Association (NGA) Summer Meeting hosted by Governor Earl Ray Tomblin in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia
 
Governor Pat McCrory was named to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association (NGA) for the 2014-15 year today.
Governor Pat McCrory was named to the Executive Committee of the National Governors Association (NGA) for the 2014-15 year today.
 
Think that the quality of political debate in North Carolina is low and declining? I agree. For a recent, telling example of the problem, consider the debate about North Carolina's participation in Common Core.
Think that the quality of political debate in North Carolina is low and declining? I agree. For a recent, telling example of the problem, consider the debate about North Carolina's participation in Common Core.
 
Parents and taxpayers continue to ask questions about new Common Core standards as they are implemented in North Carolina's public schools. Five months after releasing a question-and-answer primer on Common Core, the John Locke Foundation recently released a revised, expanded version of that...
Parents and taxpayers continue to ask questions about new Common Core standards as they are implemented in North Carolina's public schools. Five months after releasing a question-and-answer primer on Common Core, the John Locke Foundation recently released a revised, expanded version of that...
 
Just five months after releasing a report that outlined key questions surrounding new Common Core public school education standards, the John Locke Foundation has revised and expanded the report - nearly doubling the number of questions answered.
Just five months after releasing a report that outlined key questions surrounding new Common Core public school education standards, the John Locke Foundation has revised and expanded the report - nearly doubling the number of questions answered.
 
Those interested in public education in North Carolina who missed the May 16, 2013 Beaufort TEA Party meeting you missed an excellent chance to learn about "Common Core," perhaps the hottest topic in education circles today.
Those interested in public education in North Carolina who missed the May 16, 2013 Beaufort TEA Party meeting you missed an excellent chance to learn about "Common Core," perhaps the hottest topic in education circles today.
 
In early August, North Carolina education officials announced that the state's graduation rate exceeded 80 percent for the first time. The game of political one-upmanship that followed was legendary.
In early August, North Carolina education officials announced that the state's graduation rate exceeded 80 percent for the first time. The game of political one-upmanship that followed was legendary.
 
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