Raleigh, N.C. – A state Court of Appeals panel overturned a lower court ruling on Tuesday that blocked constitutional amendments implementing a lower maximum income tax rate and voter ID, measures that North Carolinians’ approved at the ballot box in 2018.
Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) recognized the work of his House colleagues Friday to successfully resume ferry service along the North Carolina coast.
Raleigh, N.C. – State House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) sent a letter Thursday urging Governor Cooper to allow families of student athletes to attend competitive sporting events in North Carolina.
North Carolina’s High-Powered Republican Economy Returning: Three Major Jobs Announcements in a Week
The General Assembly passed three bills to help North Carolina beverage establishments operate safelyThe Governor blocked them with help from legislative Democrats, devastating small business families
Overwhelming bipartisan support for ‘Coronavirus Relief Act 3.0’ sends General Assembly proposals to the Governor
Raleigh, N.C. – The state General Assembly gave final legislative approval to a $1 billion historic relief package today that includes direct payments to North Carolina parents of $335 to cover unexpected childcare costs.
Public Schools Win Big in Relief Package Moving Through the North Carolina General Assembly
North Carolina Far Better Off than Other States as Republican Reforms Allow Powerful Relief Efforts
Raleigh, N.C. – State House and Senate leaders announced support Monday to include $5 million in an upcoming COVID-19 legislative relief package to ensure North Carolina counties have sufficient poll officials to keep as many precinct sites available as possible.
Proposal goes beyond just increasing maximum allowable benefit; boosts benefits for everybody by $200+ per month
If approved, measure would increase EVERY unemployment check by $50 per week through end of year
Boost would move NC unemployment benefits to #2 in southeast Continue reading “Senate and House Legislators Support Across-the-Board Boost to State Unemployment Benefits”