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One of the more high-profile state House of Representatives races in the Nov. 6 general election is the matchup between longtime Republican incumbent Rep. Nelson Dollar and Democratic challenger Julie von Haefen
One of the more high-profile state House of Representatives races in the Nov. 6 general election is the matchup between longtime Republican incumbent Rep. Nelson Dollar and Democratic challenger Julie von Haefen
 
As chief budget writer in the House, state Rep. Nelson Dollar is accustomed to dealing with big numbers.
 
Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, gave an impassioned defense of the $23 billion bipartisan General Fund budget compromise Wednesday morning, and the House quickly followed his motion to override Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of the spending plan in a 76-43 vote
Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, gave an impassioned defense of the $23 billion bipartisan General Fund budget compromise Wednesday morning, and the House quickly followed his motion to override Gov. Roy Cooper's veto of the spending plan in a 76-43 vote
 
State Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, is confident President-elect Trump would overturn any unlawful agreement to fast-track the state's Medicaid program
State Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, is confident President-elect Trump would overturn any unlawful agreement to fast-track the state's Medicaid program
 
A legislative oversight committee on Monday delayed recommending changes in supplemental state employee insurance benefits after members could not agree whether to reform the current system or overhaul it.
A legislative oversight committee on Monday delayed recommending changes in supplemental state employee insurance benefits after members could not agree whether to reform the current system or overhaul it.
 
We hear a lot of lip service from Republicans in Raleigh about the beauty of the free market.
We hear a lot of lip service from Republicans in Raleigh about the beauty of the free market.
 
Folks on Jones Street, who talk to us, say that the Senate has been pitching offers to House leadership on the budget.
Folks on Jones Street, who talk to us, say that the Senate has been pitching offers to House leadership on the budget.
 
I talked this week with one of my moles on Jones Street. This person was absolutely floored by the amount of public feedback in this whole debate on alternative energy mandates and subsidies.
I talked this week with one of my moles on Jones Street. This person was absolutely floored by the amount of public feedback in this whole debate on alternative energy mandates and subsidies.
 
Well, the crotch-sniffing finished over on Jones Street today, and we have ourselves a new slate of candidates for the UNC Board of Governors.
Well, the crotch-sniffing finished over on Jones Street today, and we have ourselves a new slate of candidates for the UNC Board of Governors.
 
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
North Carolina lawmakers will return to the state capital later in January with a lengthy agenda, including taking another crack at Medicaid reform, considering a $1 billion highway bond, and tackling what recent projections reveal to be a $190 million revenue shortfall.
 
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
 
Incumbent state House Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, faces a familiar challenger in this year's race for House District 36 — Raleigh Democrat Lisa Baker, who last ran against Dollar in 2012.
Incumbent state House Rep. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, faces a familiar challenger in this year's race for House District 36 — Raleigh Democrat Lisa Baker, who last ran against Dollar in 2012.
 
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that HCL Technologies Ltd (HCL), a leading global IT services provider will be expanding its presence in Wake County. The company plans to expand its existing center and create an additional 1,237 jobs in Cary
Governor Pat McCrory and North Carolina Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker announced today that HCL Technologies Ltd (HCL), a leading global IT services provider will be expanding its presence in Wake County. The company plans to expand its existing center and create an additional 1,237 jobs in Cary
 
State House leaders Tuesday unveiled their $21.1 billion General Fund spending plan, including teacher pay increases averaging 5 percent, 25 new positions to enforce coal ash pond cleanup, and a transfer of the State Bureau of Investigation from the Department of Justice to the Department of Public
State House leaders Tuesday unveiled their $21.1 billion General Fund spending plan, including teacher pay increases averaging 5 percent, 25 new positions to enforce coal ash pond cleanup, and a transfer of the State Bureau of Investigation from the Department of Justice to the Department of Public
 
Skeptics of the Medicaid reform plan announced in February by the McCrory administration are wary of using a relatively untested framework of what are known as accountable care organizations to administer and deliver Medicaid services.
Skeptics of the Medicaid reform plan announced in February by the McCrory administration are wary of using a relatively untested framework of what are known as accountable care organizations to administer and deliver Medicaid services.
 
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