Home Tags Legislature
Immigration law-enforcement legislation that North Carolina Republicans have idled for months in the General Assembly is back in gear.
A less politically imbalanced North Carolina General Assembly begins its two-year session with Democrats holding more seats since Republicans took over the legislature in 2011.
North Carolina's commerce secretary says rural and small-town economies won't grow without access to high-speed Internet.
Wilmington businesses are reacting to a big boost for the state's film industry.
North Topsail Beach Town leaders are trying to find money to pay for the next beach re-nourishment project.
The Senate took up the bill with wide support earlier this week, but tabled a vote after one senator said the law's felony punishments went too far to punish teenagers "who do stupid stuff."
A Republican state senator says this two-year term in the North Carolina General Assembly will be his last.
Top Senate budget-writers have written an early-session spending bill that in part seeks to ensure a panel drafting new academic standards for North Carolina's public schools has money to perform its work. The bill filed Monday directs the Department of Public Instruction to transfer $275,000 to help the panel, which was created last year.
12Page 1 of 2