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Lawmakers are altering the fabric of North Carolina and drawing sometimes unfavorable attention to the state with a flood of proposals, ranging from bills that would overhaul voting laws to a resolution that would allow for an official state religion.
General Assembly finds Marian McLawhorn and Edith Warren at home for the first time in 14 years. The former state representatives said they are watching the Republican legislative agenda with interest but are pursuing the hobbies and family
Much like the unemployment benefits cuts, Gov. Pat McCrory will hold a private signing of a bill to block the expansion of Medicaid health care coverage to roughly 500,000, the majority of which are uninsured. The measure also blocks a state-based
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Legal Foundation is making good on its promise to stop the state General Assembly from saying predominately Christian prayers at the opening of every day's session. Attorney General Roy Cooper asking him to come up with a policy that would prevent it.
Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory kicked off his second campaign for governor tonight , vowing to end the Democrats' scandal-ridden "good old boy (and girl) network" and fix the state's "broken economy." Punctuating a long unofficial campaign,
General Assembly say the Republican leadership is showing a lack of respect for African-Americans. "Since taking control of the General Assembly last November, Republicans have shown little compassion on issues relating to African Americans in North
General Assembly are learning that it's not easy to keep tabs on the executive branch of state government when lawmakers are officially out of town. The GOP leadership that wrote up this year's $19.7 billion state budget has begun a new layer of
General Assembly say that it's unlikely legislators would make a last-minute effort to move up the state's Republican presidential primary, which is set for May of next year. Several states are jockeying to shift their Republican presidential
Lawmakers from across the country, including nearly three dozen legislators from North Carolina, are getting together with corporate interests this week and giving birth to "model legislation." The American Legislative Exchange Council is holding its