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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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NC expands psychiatry via video conferencing

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North Carolina is expanding the ability of doctors and other counselors to make long-distance evaluations of people who may be suffering mental breakdowns. Full story...
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McCrory to speak to NC Board of Community Colleges

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video Gov. Pat McCrory is scheduled to speak to the NC Board of Community Colleges. According to a release, McCrory will speak to the board, then watch as three of his appointees are sworn in as new board members. Full story...
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Young McCrory staffers get big government salaries

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Young Republicans who helped elect North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory have been rewarded with big salaries in his new administration. Full story...
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Cooper defends speaking against NC elections bill

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Republican Gov. Pat McCrory is unhappy how Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper spoke against an elections overhaul bill he signed into law this week, as Cooper could have to defend it in court on North Carolina's behalf. Full story...
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Gov. McCrory vetoes drug testing for welfare, E-Verify exemption

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videoThe first two vetoes by North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory block a requirement that certain welfare applicants be tested for drugs before receiving benefits and an immigration-related measure. Full story...
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Rally criticizes GOP leaders on public schools

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Retired teachers and former Democratic elected officials say Republican legislative leaders and Gov. Pat McCrory are misleading citizens about the North Carolina state budget's effect on public schools. Full story...
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New poll shows McCrory approval dropping

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video North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory has seen his approval rating decline since his inauguration, according to a new poll released Wednesday. The left-leaning firm Public Policy Polling says just 39 percent approve of the job McCrory is doing, while 51 percent disapprove. Full story...
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Judges next to examine broad NC voting changes

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videoJudges will now decide whether an elections overhaul in North Carolina requiring photo identification to vote and scaling back early voting is discriminatory or permitted under the law. Full story...
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McCrory quietly signs sweeping NC elections bill

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videoGov. Pat McCrory has quietly signed into law a Republican-supported measure that makes sweeping changes in how and when people can cast their ballots in North Carolina. Full story...
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NC agency merging 2 water divisions, cuts likely

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North Carolina's environmental agency says it is merging two divisions that regulate water, concerning environmentalists. Full story...
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McCrory backs NC schools spending, unveils grants

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videoGov. Pat McCrory says he wants to spend $30 million over the next two years on finding education innovations, but that won't be possible without Washington's approval to redirect federal Race to the Top money. Full story...
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McCrory's cookie offer to abortion rights protesters crumbles

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Gov. Pat McCrory stunned abortion rights protesters outside the Executive Mansion in Raleigh Tuesday by hand-delivering them a plate of chocolate chip cookies. The protesters, who were dressed in 1950s era outfits, gave them back. Full story...
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