Gov. Roy Cooper
2 weeks ago
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NC appeals court: Lawmakers can OK governor’s top aides

A North Carolina appeals court agrees that state lawmakers can have the last word on confirming Gov. Roy Cooper's top aides.
3 weeks ago
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General Assembly panel meets on school funding methods

North Carolina's complicated formulas that send billions of dollars annually to the public schools are supposed to get overhauled by a special committee now starting up.
3 weeks ago
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Ethics complaint questions motives in funding for potential Pender County aquarium

The complaint names sate leaders involved in appropriating the funds for the aquarium.
4 weeks ago
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NC lawmakers hear from researchers about GenX

On Thursday, the House Select Committee on North Carolina River Quality met at the General Assembly to hear directly from researchers and state officials dealing with the issue.
North Carolina map on NC Seal
1 month ago
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General Assembly overrides veto; Small parties laud NC ballot access law

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – The Latest on the North Carolina legislature deciding whether to (all times local): 3:15 p.m. Small political parties in North Carolina are praising legislation that will make it easier for them to field candidates up and down the ballot. Leaders of the Libertarian Party, Green Party and Constitution Party in North […]
CFPUA
2 months ago
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CFPUA representatives to speak to House committee Thursday

Mike Brown, Chairman of the Board, and Frank Styers, Chief Operating Officer, will give a presentation to the House Select Committee on North Carolina River Quality in Raleigh.
2 months ago
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NC Historical Commission delays Confederate monument decision

The North Carolina Historical Commission has postponed any decision on a request by Governor Roy Cooper to move three Confederate memorials that have stood on North Carolina's old Capitol grounds for over a century.
3 months ago
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Rep. Chris Millis gives reason for his resignation from legislature

Rep. Millis will vacate office effective immediately on September 15th.
3 months ago
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Senate passes plan to find, treat, remove GenX in Cape Fear River

The Senate passed legislation Wednesday that allows local officials to being improving water quality in the Cape fear River while helping ensure the state DEQ enforces the law against the company that dumped GenX into the water supply.
Gov. Roy Cooper addresses the media about GenX during a news conference in Wilmington on July 24, 2017 (Photo: Kevin Wuzzardo/WWAY)
3 months ago
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Top NC court weighs lawmakers stripping of governor’s powers

North Carolina's highest court is deciding how far the Republican-dominated legislature can go to minimize new Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's ability to pursue goals that helped him get elected last year.