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As we await confirmation that President Trump will extend the offshore drilling moratorium to North Carolina’s waters, as stated in a news release issued by Senator Thom Tillis, Governor Roy Cooper offered the following comment
As we await confirmation that President Trump will extend the offshore drilling moratorium to North Carolina’s waters, as stated in a news release issued by Senator Thom Tillis, Governor Roy Cooper offered the following comment
 
Tillis noted the economic importance of the tourism and fishing industries for North Carolina, and requested that the administration provide more details about their plan to ensure there are adequate protections for North Carolina's coastal communities.
Tillis noted the economic importance of the tourism and fishing industries for North Carolina, and requested that the administration provide more details about their plan to ensure there are adequate protections for North Carolina's coastal communities.
 
Following last month's announcement that the Trump Administration authorized airgun use in waters off the East Coast, Governor Roy Cooper and a group of bipartisan governors today urged Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to prohibit harmful seismic testing and offshore
Following last month's announcement that the Trump Administration authorized airgun use in waters off the East Coast, Governor Roy Cooper and a group of bipartisan governors today urged Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to prohibit harmful seismic testing and offshore
 
Today, Governor's Office spokesman Ford Porter issued the following statement on NOAA's decision to grant incidental harassment authorizations to companies, a step toward opening the Atlantic Coast to seismic testing
Today, Governor's Office spokesman Ford Porter issued the following statement on NOAA's decision to grant incidental harassment authorizations to companies, a step toward opening the Atlantic Coast to seismic testing
 
Governor Cooper today joined a coalition of Atlantic Coast governors from Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Virginia to urge Congress to oppose the Enhancing State Management of Federal Lands and Waters Act
Governor Cooper today joined a coalition of Atlantic Coast governors from Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Virginia to urge Congress to oppose the Enhancing State Management of Federal Lands and Waters Act
 
Offshore drilling threatens North Carolina's economy and environment with little benefit to the state and should not be allowed off our coast, Governor Roy Cooper told the federal government today
Offshore drilling threatens North Carolina's economy and environment with little benefit to the state and should not be allowed off our coast, Governor Roy Cooper told the federal government today
 
The length of a fishing pier separated opposing groups making waves over oil and gas drilling off the North Carolina coast Monday evening inside the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown
The length of a fishing pier separated opposing groups making waves over oil and gas drilling off the North Carolina coast Monday evening inside the Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown
 
In a meeting with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke today on offshore drilling and seismic testing, Governor Cooper underscored North Carolina's opposition to both
In a meeting with Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke today on offshore drilling and seismic testing, Governor Cooper underscored North Carolina's opposition to both
 
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday he sent a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke seeking to delay any decision on drilling or seismic testing of the ocean floor in search of oil and gas deposits off North Carolina’s coast
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Wednesday he sent a letter to U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke seeking to delay any decision on drilling or seismic testing of the ocean floor in search of oil and gas deposits off North Carolina’s coast
 
Governor Roy Cooper urged Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to grant a 60-day extension on public comments on offshore drilling and seismic testing off of North Carolina's coast
Governor Roy Cooper urged Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to grant a 60-day extension on public comments on offshore drilling and seismic testing off of North Carolina's coast
 
Joined by local business leaders and elected officials, Gov. Roy Cooper once again called on the Trump Administration today to grant North Carolina an exemption from proposed seismic testing and offshore drilling and pledged potential legal action to protect North Carolina's coastal communities
Joined by local business leaders and elected officials, Gov. Roy Cooper once again called on the Trump Administration today to grant North Carolina an exemption from proposed seismic testing and offshore drilling and pledged potential legal action to protect North Carolina's coastal communities
 
If energy companies respond to the Interior Department's recently announced process for pursuing oil and gas exploration off the North Carolina coast, it is likely that residents or visitors will never see any rigs, pipelines, or depots, as these facilities are located either far offshore
If energy companies respond to the Interior Department's recently announced process for pursuing oil and gas exploration off the North Carolina coast, it is likely that residents or visitors will never see any rigs, pipelines, or depots, as these facilities are located either far offshore
 
Governor Cooper and U.S Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spoke regarding the Department of Interior's 5-year plan for offshore drilling in the Atlantic
Governor Cooper and U.S Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spoke regarding the Department of Interior's 5-year plan for offshore drilling in the Atlantic
 
Following an announcement late yesterday that the Trump Administration will exempt Florida from its plan to open Atlantic and Pacific coastal waters to offshore drilling, Governor Cooper today urged Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke to grant an exemption for North Carolina
Following an announcement late yesterday that the Trump Administration will exempt Florida from its plan to open Atlantic and Pacific coastal waters to offshore drilling, Governor Cooper today urged Interior Department Secretary Ryan Zinke to grant an exemption for North Carolina
 
Today, Governor Cooper shared the following statement on the White House's announcement on offshore drilling
Today, Governor Cooper shared the following statement on the White House's announcement on offshore drilling
 
Governor Cooper and the Department of Environmental Quality submitted formal comments yesterday to the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to convey North Carolina’s opposition to oil and gas leasing for offshore drilling on North Carolina’s coast
Governor Cooper and the Department of Environmental Quality submitted formal comments yesterday to the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management to convey North Carolina’s opposition to oil and gas leasing for offshore drilling on North Carolina’s coast
 
Governor Cooper announced today that the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality will submit formal comments opposing offshore seismic testing for oil drilling on North Carolina's coast
Governor Cooper announced today that the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality will submit formal comments opposing offshore seismic testing for oil drilling on North Carolina's coast
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) issued the following statement after the Obama Administration reversed its position and announced mid- and South Atlantic coastal states, including North Carolina, would not be eligible for offshore energy exploration
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) issued the following statement after the Obama Administration reversed its position and announced mid- and South Atlantic coastal states, including North Carolina, would not be eligible for offshore energy exploration
 
Governor Pat McCrory, Chairman of the bipartisan Outer Continental Shelf Governors Coalition, issued the following statement on President Obama's Reversal on Offshore Energy
Governor Pat McCrory, Chairman of the bipartisan Outer Continental Shelf Governors Coalition, issued the following statement on President Obama's Reversal on Offshore Energy
 
We hear a lot of conversation these days about how America is losing (has already lost??) it's edge. We are no longer "exceptional". We even have a "ruler" who preaches those things and apologizes to foreign kings, satraps and the like for what he seems to view as our country's past transgressions.
We hear a lot of conversation these days about how America is losing (has already lost??) it's edge. We are no longer "exceptional". We even have a "ruler" who preaches those things and apologizes to foreign kings, satraps and the like for what he seems to view as our country's past transgressions.
 
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