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Rendering of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline (Image: NCDEQ)

Rabon calls for legislative hearing on Cooper pipeline agreement

A Brunswick County Republicans is calling for a legislative hearing about Gov. Roy Cooper's nearly $58 million deal with the companies behind the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
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Memo: More tax revenues if NC aligned to federal changes

Government experts say North Carolina's tax coffers could see a "modest" revenue increase over time based on the recent federal tax overhaul law.

GenX found in rainwater on UNCW campus

The North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality has issued six violation notifications to Chemours in the past several months.

North Carolina lawmakers unveil new GenX bill

A Senate committee has approved legislation in studying unregulated chemicals found in North Carolina rivers including GenX.
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NC House member sued over public records requests

A North Carolina resident unhappy with responses to his records requests by a legislator is now suing the state House member for those documents.
A federal appeals court panel struck down this NC Congressional district map adopted in 2016 on Jan. 9, 2018.

Supreme Court puts order to redraw NC maps on hold

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday delayed a lower-court order that would have forced North Carolina Republican lawmakers to redraw the state's congressional districts by next week because of excessive partisan bias in current lines.

Official: NC General Assembly has zero tolerance policy for sexual harassment

There has been plenty of focus nationally in recent months on sexual harassment in the workplace. It’s impacted the business world, the entertainment world and government.
A federal appeals court panel struck down this NC Congressional district map adopted in 2016 on Jan. 9, 2018.video

GOP vows to fight ruling on North Carolina House districts

A federal court's decision to strike down North Carolina's congressional map has cast uncertainty over the state's 2018 U.S. House races.

North Carolina a leader in state vouchers for private school

More than 30 states now offer some assistance for parents to send their children to private or religious schools or to pay for outside services. But North Carolina, where Democrats prevented such programs for decades, has quickly jumped near the head of the class.

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