State Leaders Call for Earlier Presidential Debate Before Voting Begins in North Carolina

Raleigh, N.C. – A joint letter sent Friday by North Carolina’s General Assembly leaders urged the Commission on Presidential Debates to host an additional debate in early September in North Carolina, before voters begin casting ballots in the Tar Heel state.

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As Filing Day Delayed, Tax Reforms Help North Carolina Prevent Repeat of Financial Crisis Furloughs

Raleigh, N.C. – Successful tax reform helped North Carolina prepare far-better financially for the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 than the financial crisis of 2010, despite billions of dollars in revenue collections being delayed as the filing deadline was extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020.

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Speaker Moore Responds to K-12 Classrooms Remaining Closed or Partially Closed in North Carolina

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) responded Tuesday to the Governor’s announcement that K-12 school systems in North Carolina will not operate on a statewide comprehensive plan to return students to the classroom, and will instead rotate students periodically or remain closed with virtual-only learning.

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Safely Open Schools and Grow the Economy: Speaker Moore Talks Priorities for North Carolina on UNC-TV

Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) addressed developing issues in North Carolina on UNC-TV this weekend, calling for economic growth to begin again in the state’s economy and public schools to open for students this Fall.
 

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Voter ID Injunction Must be Lifted Now that Rationale Removed by New Law, N.C. Leaders Say in Court Filing

North Carolina’s voter ID law is ‘non-strict’ – any voter without a qualifying ID can attest to a reasonable impediment to obtaining one and still cast a ballot

North Carolina’s voter ID law allows IDs expired up to one year and allows voters whose ID expires after their 65th birthday to present any expired ID

Raleigh, N.C. – General Assembly lawmakers asked a North Carolina Superior Court to lift an injunction on the state’s photo voter ID law on Thursday, after a new elections law signed by Gov. Cooper removed the court’s rationale for blocking voter ID.

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N.C. Churches Denied 2nd Amendment Protections as Democrats Switch Votes to Support Governor Over Worshipers

Raleigh, N.C. – Churches in North Carolina were denied 2nd amendment protections by House Democrats in the General Assembly this week who switched their votes to support the Governor’s veto after originally supporting the protections.

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