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Lee Controls to create 77 jobs in Brunswick Co.

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Governor McCrory stopping by the Cape Fear area

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Governor Pat McCrory will be visiting schools in the Cape Fear Area tomorrow. Full story...
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UPDATED: General Assembly overrides Gov. McCrory's vetoes; Governor disappointed

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video The legislation requires drug-testing for welfare recipients and creates a wider exemption for employers to calculate whether they must access a federal database to determine the legal status of new hires. Full story...
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NC lawmakers returning to decide on veto overrides

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videoThe North Carolina General Assembly is returning to work to consider whether to override Gov. Pat McCrory's first two vetoes. Full story...
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McCrory may benefit from vetoes no matter outcome

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videoThe North Carolina legislature returns to Raleigh on Tuesday to determine whether it will override Gov. Pat McCrory's first two vetoes. Full story...
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Farmers, sheriffs try to influence NC veto outcome

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Farmers and sheriffs are trying to influence North Carolina legislators before they consider a veto next week on a bill involving a federal database to ensure that new employees can legally work in the country. Full story...
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Jobs for highly-paid McCrory staffers never posted

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Gov. Pat McCrory says two 24-year-old campaign staffers landed senior-level jobs in his administration because they were the most qualified applicants, beating out older candidates. But the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, where Matthew McKillip and Ricky Diaz got big promotions and raises, has been unable to provide any evidence their positions were advertised or that other applicants were considered. Full story...
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NC governor clears out remaining pending bills

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Gov. Pat McCrory has signed the remaining bills on his desk from the General Assembly's recent session except for one he plans to let become law without his signature. Full story...
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NC governor signs regulatory overhaul bill

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Gov. Pat McCrory has signed into law a wide-ranging regulatory bill he says will cut burdensome rules for businesses and government red tape. Full story...
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NC legislature meets next month to consider vetoes

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videoGov. Pat McCrory has scheduled the session when the North Carolina lawmakers will return to Raleigh to consider overriding his first two vetoes on bills related to immigration and drug testing for welfare applicants. Full story...
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Colin Powell blasts North Carolina voter ID law

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When asked about North Carolina's new voter ID law during a business forum in Raleigh Thursday, former secretary of state Colin Powell said he disagreed with it. Full story...
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Groups wants raises for 2 NC govt workers canceled

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A liberal-leaning advocacy group wants legislative leaders to formally scrutinize pay raises of some young staffers in North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's administration. Full story...
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McCrory signs health care, NC employee bill

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Gov. Pat McCrory says a new law will help North Carolina consumers make better health care decisions and help his administration run state government more effectively. Full story...
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McCrory DHHS official paid more than industry norm

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The big salary North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's administration is paying one of the young Republicans who worked on his election campaign last year outpaces what private employers pay for similar work. Full story...
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McCrory defends big salaries to ex-campaign staff

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North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is defending the big government salaries and raises granted to two young Republicans who worked on his 2012 campaign. Full story...
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