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Gov. Roy Cooper may not even realize it, but he’s fallen into a weird pattern of announcing priorities.
Gov. Roy Cooper may not even realize it, but he’s fallen into a weird pattern of announcing priorities.
 
The General Assembly will convene its biennial session Jan. 13. They’ll talk about how to get the economy back on its feet, address a learning gap in education, improve access to quality health care at an affordable price, put together a tax and spending plan and begin the centennial redistricting p
The General Assembly will convene its biennial session Jan. 13. They’ll talk about how to get the economy back on its feet, address a learning gap in education, improve access to quality health care at an affordable price, put together a tax and spending plan and begin the centennial redistricting p
 
Katherine Doyle writes for the Washington Examiner about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ priorities.
Katherine Doyle writes for the Washington Examiner about Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’ priorities.
 
Republicans celebrated wins in North Carolina while remaining focused on future priorities, especially redistricting, school choice, and economic revival.
Republicans celebrated wins in North Carolina while remaining focused on future priorities, especially redistricting, school choice, and economic revival.
 
Cunningham Won’t Be Clear About His Priorities In The Fight Against Coronavirus
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has held regular news briefings on the COVID-19 pandemic, taking a handful of questions from reporters on a teleconference.
Gov. Roy Cooper has held regular news briefings on the COVID-19 pandemic, taking a handful of questions from reporters on a teleconference.
 
We are stretched thin with domestic priorities. Is there a power vacuum?
 
How Would Cunningham Have Voted On His Own "Priorities"?
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper wrote to North Carolina’s Congressional Delegation thanking them for their partnership in combatting the new Coronavirus and sharing a list of specific funding priorities on behalf of North Carolina.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper wrote to North Carolina’s Congressional Delegation thanking them for their partnership in combatting the new Coronavirus and sharing a list of specific funding priorities on behalf of North Carolina.
 
In a news release issued Friday, Gov. Roy Cooper’s spokesman made it clear: Medicaid expansion must be part of any General Fund budget he signs.
In a news release issued Friday, Gov. Roy Cooper’s spokesman made it clear: Medicaid expansion must be part of any General Fund budget he signs.
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis announced the launch of his new official website, tillis.senate.gov, to better serve North Carolinians by offering a host of constituent services and information on his policy priorities and his record of solving problems and delivering results for North Carolina.
Today, Senator Thom Tillis announced the launch of his new official website, tillis.senate.gov, to better serve North Carolinians by offering a host of constituent services and information on his policy priorities and his record of solving problems and delivering results for North Carolina.
 
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.
 
As a longtime advocate of shortening North Carolina's ballot and rationalizing the distribution of executive power in state government, I was glad to see some folks reacting to a recent News & Observer series on workers-comp evasion by calling for state agency reorganization.
As a longtime advocate of shortening North Carolina's ballot and rationalizing the distribution of executive power in state government, I was glad to see some folks reacting to a recent News & Observer series on workers-comp evasion by calling for state agency reorganization.
 
I am sure that every one has either seen or heard about the brutal attack ad that a super PAC, Priorities USA, unleashed against Mitt Romney.
I am sure that every one has either seen or heard about the brutal attack ad that a super PAC, Priorities USA, unleashed against Mitt Romney.
 
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