House Bill Caps Community College Tuition for Active Duty Soldiers in North Carolina

Raleigh, N.C. – A bipartisan proposal in the state House of Representatives to cap community college tuition for active-duty soldiers in North Carolina passed committee  on Tuesday and would provide financial relief to members of the Armed Forces seeking higher education.  Continue reading “House Bill Caps Community College Tuition for Active Duty Soldiers in North Carolina”

House Finance Leaders Propose ‘Tax Reduction Act of 2017’

Raleigh, N.C. – Leaders of the North Carolina House Finance Committee filed House Bill 356,  the Tax Reduction Act of 2017 this week, proposing another package of tax cuts for families and businesses across the state.  The legislation builds on historic tax relief and reforms in North Carolina that have stimulated the state’s rapid economic growth since 2013.
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House Education Chairman Proposes Teaching Fellows, Passes K-12 Performance Reform

Raleigh, N.C.  –  Rep. Craig Horn (R-Union), Chairman of the North Carolina House Education K-12 Committee, is leading two major legislative efforts this March to improve public schools across the state.

Rep. Horn filed House Bill 339 North Carolina Teaching Fellows the same day House Bill 322 School Performance Grades, legislation he also sponsored, passed the North Carolina House by a vote of 116-2. Continue reading “House Education Chairman Proposes Teaching Fellows, Passes K-12 Performance Reform”

Speaker Moore on State of the State 2017

"State of the State" Address 2017

7 pm Tonight – 2017 'State of the State Address.'

Posted by NC Speaker Tim Moore on Monday, March 13, 2017