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Mike Easley

Feds subpoena former NC governor's staff e-mails

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Federal investigators have issued subpoenas for communication between former North Carolina Gov. Mike Easley's staff and the Division of Motor Vehicles in preparation for a grand jury session next week. Full story...
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Southport locals think something's fishy about Easley and marina

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A federal investigation into alleged misdeeds by former governor Mike Easley are stirring hard feelings again in Southport. In 2006, Easley pushed to lease the state-owned Southport Marina to a Cary-based developer. It raised a lot of questions about his personal connections to people involved in the deal, questions that are now resurfacing. Full story...
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Governor Easley is pushing for an economic stimulus package

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Governor Easley is asking North Carolina’s Congressional delegation to push for an economic stimulus package in Washington. Full story...
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Easley asks agencies to plan for spending cuts

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Governor Mike Easley has asked state agencies to plan for additional spending cuts in case North Carolina's economy worsens. Full story...
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State purchases Grandfather Mountain

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Governor Mike Easley said the state's agreement to purchase Grandfather Mountain means one of North Carolina’s signature landmarks will be preserved forever. Full story...
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Mary Easley's pay raise

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Today the University of North Carolina Board of Governors approved an 88 percent salary increase for the governor's wife. Full story...
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Lawmakers override governor's veto on boat towing

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The state legislature made North Carolina history today. Lawmakers voted in a specially called session to override governor Easley's veto on a bill that eased boat towing restrictions. Full story...
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Easley endorses Perdue for governor

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Governor Mike Easley says Lieutenant Governor Bev Perdue will be a great governor because she understands the importance of education to North Carolina's economy. Full story...
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Easley officially appoints Wright replacement

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The people previously represented by former state House member Thomas Wright officially have their replacement. Full story...
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Easley wants more power over local water systems during droughts

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Gov. Mike Easley wants the Legislature to give him more power to curb water use and require local systems to better prepare for droughts. Full story...
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