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The N.C. Senate has given final approval to HB-91, Accountability and Fair Play in Athletics, an effort to reform high school sports in North Carolina. The Senate approved the measure, 28-14, on its third and final reading.
The N.C. Senate has given final approval to HB-91, Accountability and Fair Play in Athletics, an effort to reform high school sports in North Carolina. The Senate approved the measure, 28-14, on its third and final reading.
 
The state Senate has voted again, 27-15, to place new limits on the governorís emergency powers. The Senateís endorsement of the measure returns the issue to the state House.
The state Senate has voted again, 27-15, to place new limits on the governorís emergency powers. The Senateís endorsement of the measure returns the issue to the state House.
 
A pay-as-you-go approach to capital projects sets the Senate apart from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper, whose budget plan called for a $4.7 billion statewide bond package.
A pay-as-you-go approach to capital projects sets the Senate apart from Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper, whose budget plan called for a $4.7 billion statewide bond package.
 
Democratic state Senate candidate J.D. Wooten rented two Greensboro houses he owns to a convicted drug dealer, according to news reports.
Democratic state Senate candidate J.D. Wooten rented two Greensboro houses he owns to a convicted drug dealer, according to news reports.
 
Democrats Start with Strong Chance to Make Further Gains, GOP Likely, to retain Majority
Democrats Start with Strong Chance to Make Further Gains, GOP Likely, to retain Majority
 
Senate Bill 432 would have allowed the state to audit pharmacy benefit managers and exercise some control over their payments.
Senate Bill 432 would have allowed the state to audit pharmacy benefit managers and exercise some control over their payments.
 
A bill now before the state Senate, House Bill 590, would make a simple but sensible adjustment to an already good regulatory policy.
A bill now before the state Senate, House Bill 590, would make a simple but sensible adjustment to an already good regulatory policy.
 
Republican state Senate candidates spent 21 percent more than Democrats heading into the May 8 primary and have more than twice as much cash on hand for the Nov. 6 general election
Republican state Senate candidates spent 21 percent more than Democrats heading into the May 8 primary and have more than twice as much cash on hand for the Nov. 6 general election
 
Republican Cathy Dunn and Democrat Jim Beall Graham are vying for an open seat in state Senate District 33, and both candidates are confident they can improve the lives of people in Davidson and Montgomery counties
Republican Cathy Dunn and Democrat Jim Beall Graham are vying for an open seat in state Senate District 33, and both candidates are confident they can improve the lives of people in Davidson and Montgomery counties
 
The National Federation of Independent Business, North Carolina's leading small-business association, has endorsed Sen. Bill Cook in the 1st District Senate race
The National Federation of Independent Business, North Carolina's leading small-business association, has endorsed Sen. Bill Cook in the 1st District Senate race
 
Even with so many legislative races already decided and so many others that appear to be sure things, Democrats believe they can make inroads into the Republican majorities in the North Carolina General Assembly this year.
Even with so many legislative races already decided and so many others that appear to be sure things, Democrats believe they can make inroads into the Republican majorities in the North Carolina General Assembly this year.
 
It seems the folks on Jones Street have kicked off one heck of an orgy - apparently in honor of the box office success of '50 Shades of Grey.'
It seems the folks on Jones Street have kicked off one heck of an orgy - apparently in honor of the box office success of '50 Shades of Grey.'
 
The special election in November to fill a Court of Appeals judgeship illustrates how complicated, costly and difficult we've made elections and how we might simplify voting.
The special election in November to fill a Court of Appeals judgeship illustrates how complicated, costly and difficult we've made elections and how we might simplify voting.
 
North Carolina lawmakers are ready to capitalize on what some are calling the "natural gas boom." A bill lifting the state's moratorium on fracking -- a method for releasing natural gas that environmentalists feel is controversial...
North Carolina lawmakers are ready to capitalize on what some are calling the "natural gas boom." A bill lifting the state's moratorium on fracking -- a method for releasing natural gas that environmentalists feel is controversial...
 
Kellie Hopkins, Director of Elections for Beaufort County, issued two press releases: One from the Beaufort County Board of Elections and one from the North Carolina Board of Elections below the first.
Kellie Hopkins, Director of Elections for Beaufort County, issued two press releases: One from the Beaufort County Board of Elections and one from the North Carolina Board of Elections below the first.
 
With the final Bill Cook recount close at hand, Kellie Hopkins, Director of Elections in Beaufort County, issues a statement here below.
With the final Bill Cook recount close at hand, Kellie Hopkins, Director of Elections in Beaufort County, issues a statement here below.
 
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