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The conservative club met Thursday evening at the King Chicken restaurant with a lively group of activist participants.
The conservative club met Thursday evening at the King Chicken restaurant with a lively group of activist participants.
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded Senate passage of bipartisan legislation he co-introduced to bolster U.S. government efforts to prevent genocide and other human rights atrocities around the world
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded Senate passage of bipartisan legislation he co-introduced to bolster U.S. government efforts to prevent genocide and other human rights atrocities around the world
 
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
On November 6, an amendment to the North Carolina constitution requiring voters to present a photo identification for voting in person (the "Voter ID" amendment) passed with 55 percent support.
 
The town of Hillsborough and Orange County have turned the holy grail of environmentalism into official public policy
The town of Hillsborough and Orange County have turned the holy grail of environmentalism into official public policy
 
Passage of House Bill 589 this year brought major changes to energy policy in North Carolina
Passage of House Bill 589 this year brought major changes to energy policy in North Carolina
 
House Bill 589, passed earlier this year by the General Assembly, could put allies of North Carolina’s renewable energy industry somewhat at ease, said Randy Wheeless, a spokesman for Duke Energy, at a Nov. 1 meeting of renewable advocates
House Bill 589, passed earlier this year by the General Assembly, could put allies of North Carolina’s renewable energy industry somewhat at ease, said Randy Wheeless, a spokesman for Duke Energy, at a Nov. 1 meeting of renewable advocates
 
Governor Cooper signed into law S.B. 582, an act (i) to make technical, clarifying, and other modifications to the current operations appropriations act of 2017 and to related legislation and (ii) to make agency technical corrections
Governor Cooper signed into law S.B. 582, an act (i) to make technical, clarifying, and other modifications to the current operations appropriations act of 2017 and to related legislation and (ii) to make agency technical corrections
 
Governor Cooper today signed House Bill 589, a substantial portion of which is necessary and comprehensive energy legislation that secures a booming North Carolina solar energy industry that leads the nation
Governor Cooper today signed House Bill 589, a substantial portion of which is necessary and comprehensive energy legislation that secures a booming North Carolina solar energy industry that leads the nation
 
House Bill 589, the misnamed Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is making its way through the North Carolina Senate
House Bill 589, the misnamed Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is making its way through the North Carolina Senate
 
House Bill 589, Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is anything but competitive or a solution. It is a lobbyists’ dream bill with something for everyone – right down to a set aside for environmental non-profit NCGREENPOWER
House Bill 589, Competitive Energy Solutions for NC, is anything but competitive or a solution. It is a lobbyists’ dream bill with something for everyone – right down to a set aside for environmental non-profit NCGREENPOWER
 
Governor Roy Cooper released the following statement on HB 589
 
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
 
Governor Pat McCrory has announced that the Federal Highway Administration has today approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
Governor Pat McCrory has announced that the Federal Highway Administration has today approved the state's application to add U.S. 264 between Zebulon and Greenville to the Interstate Highway System as Future Interstate 587
 
Governor Pat McCrory was joined by students, teachers, elected officials and Sheyenne Marshall's family today at Cox Mill High School as he signed legislation to crack down on drunk boating
Governor Pat McCrory was joined by students, teachers, elected officials and Sheyenne Marshall's family today at Cox Mill High School as he signed legislation to crack down on drunk boating
 
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III joined over 200 business and education leaders today at the 7th annual small business summit to celebrate North Carolina's economic successes.
Governor Pat McCrory and N.C. Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III joined over 200 business and education leaders today at the 7th annual small business summit to celebrate North Carolina's economic successes.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed into law HB 158, the Jim Fulghum Teen Skin Cancer Prevention Act today. The governor signed the legislation at a ceremony attended by the late state representative's family, legislators and leaders from North Carolina's medical community.
Governor Pat McCrory signed into law HB 158, the Jim Fulghum Teen Skin Cancer Prevention Act today. The governor signed the legislation at a ceremony attended by the late state representative's family, legislators and leaders from North Carolina's medical community.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
Governor Pat McCrory signed four bills into law yesterday. House Bill 358 will allow schools to be awarded A-F school performance grades based on a 15-point scale, providing a consistent benchmark for student achievement for state schools. The governor also signed House Bills 91, 601 and 706.
 
The details have been scrubbed from The Internet, but — thanks to resources like The Wayback Machine — nothing is ever truly GONE from cyberspace.
The details have been scrubbed from The Internet, but — thanks to resources like The Wayback Machine — nothing is ever truly GONE from cyberspace.
 
Yes, state board member, Maja Kricker, really did rule at the State Board of Elections (SBOE) meeting today. Her opinion was the only opinion that counted when it came to the five member SBOE voting on one-stop variance requests made by county board of elections.
Yes, state board member, Maja Kricker, really did rule at the State Board of Elections (SBOE) meeting today. Her opinion was the only opinion that counted when it came to the five member SBOE voting on one-stop variance requests made by county board of elections.
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed seven bills yesterday
 
Governor Pat McCrory signed several bills Tuesday
 
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589) - but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589) - but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
 
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589)  -  but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589)  -  but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
 
Strange behavior can always be found in politicians, you just got to know where to look.
 
Automobile emissions inspections have been in the news recently as the N.C. Division of Air Quality held a public hearing over eliminating inspections for newer-model cars. The hearing related to last year's passage of House Bill 585, which exempts cars up to three model years old and under...
Automobile emissions inspections have been in the news recently as the N.C. Division of Air Quality held a public hearing over eliminating inspections for newer-model cars. The hearing related to last year's passage of House Bill 585, which exempts cars up to three model years old and under...
 
They filed a lawsuit against Governor McCrory for signing common sense election reforms into law, and now have they want to pull the Civitas Institute into their lawsuit like some kind of co-conspirator.
They filed a lawsuit against Governor McCrory for signing common sense election reforms into law, and now have they want to pull the Civitas Institute into their lawsuit like some kind of co-conspirator.
 
You've heard it from the Left. You've heard it from the press and on TV. It's all over the Internet. The Voter Suppression Act. Disenfranchised voters. One of the nation's most restrictive voter ID laws. Sweeping. Controversial. Restrictive. Fiercely contested. Assault on democracy.
You've heard it from the Left. You've heard it from the press and on TV. It's all over the Internet. The Voter Suppression Act. Disenfranchised voters. One of the nation's most restrictive voter ID laws. Sweeping. Controversial. Restrictive. Fiercely contested. Assault on democracy.
 
Recent modifications to North Carolina's election laws  -  including changes affecting voter identification, same-day registration, early voting, and absentee ballot applications  -  would have almost no effect on voter turnout, voting experts say.
Recent modifications to North Carolina's election laws  -  including changes affecting voter identification, same-day registration, early voting, and absentee ballot applications  -  would have almost no effect on voter turnout, voting experts say.
 
While the many are trying desperately to convince North Carolinians otherwise, the passage of House Bill 589 is unlikely to have a big effect on voter participation in 2014, 2016, and beyond.
While the many are trying desperately to convince North Carolinians otherwise, the passage of House Bill 589 is unlikely to have a big effect on voter participation in 2014, 2016, and beyond.
 
With the passage of HB 589 VIVA/Election Reform, the North Carolina legislature has produced the first comprehensive updating of our election laws in several decades.
With the passage of HB 589 VIVA/Election Reform, the North Carolina legislature has produced the first comprehensive updating of our election laws in several decades.
 
There's been a great deal said in recent weeks about H 589, the Voter Information Verification Act. But in many ways the "best is yet to come."
There's been a great deal said in recent weeks about H 589, the Voter Information Verification Act. But in many ways the "best is yet to come."
 
As to why the NAACP and the League of Women Voters have filed separate complaints against the North Carolina Governor and the State Board of Elections due to HB 589 being signed into law on Monday, August 12, 2013, it could be that North Carolina is a political "battle ground" state.
As to why the NAACP and the League of Women Voters have filed separate complaints against the North Carolina Governor and the State Board of Elections due to HB 589 being signed into law on Monday, August 12, 2013, it could be that North Carolina is a political "battle ground" state.
 
Gov. Pat McCrory took our advice and signed that voter ID bill passed by the General Assembly. Kudos to him. The bill didn't go as far as I would like to see it go, but something is better than nothing.
Gov. Pat McCrory took our advice and signed that voter ID bill passed by the General Assembly. Kudos to him. The bill didn't go as far as I would like to see it go, but something is better than nothing.
 
As the debate rages over photo voter ID, it is fascinating to listen to the arguments against the proposed law. The opposition continues to repeat the same old lines used back in 2005 when Georgia passed a similar photo ID bill.
As the debate rages over photo voter ID, it is fascinating to listen to the arguments against the proposed law. The opposition continues to repeat the same old lines used back in 2005 when Georgia passed a similar photo ID bill.
 
Yesterday, despite being warned of its consequences, Gov. Pat McCrory signed HB 589 into law.
Yesterday, despite being warned of its consequences, Gov. Pat McCrory signed HB 589 into law.
 
Governor Pat McCrory today signed HB 589, commonly referred to as Voter Photo ID, into law. This law will help ensure the integrity of the North Carolina ballot box and provide greater equality in access to voting to North Carolinians.
Governor Pat McCrory today signed HB 589, commonly referred to as Voter Photo ID, into law. This law will help ensure the integrity of the North Carolina ballot box and provide greater equality in access to voting to North Carolinians.
 
The mainstream media tells us that Gov. Pat McCrory has 38 bills sitting on his desk waiting for signatures or vetoes.
The mainstream media tells us that Gov. Pat McCrory has 38 bills sitting on his desk waiting for signatures or vetoes.
 
Please take a moment to tell Governor McCrory that you Support Voter ID and the other election reforms in HB 589 and ask him to sign the bill into law immediately!
Please take a moment to tell Governor McCrory that you Support Voter ID and the other election reforms in HB 589 and ask him to sign the bill into law immediately!
 
We’re proud in North Carolina to have laws that encourage people to register and vote while maintaining the integrity of our elections.
We’re proud in North Carolina to have laws that encourage people to register and vote while maintaining the integrity of our elections.
 
Supporters of a bill giving the state treasurer's office greater flexibility to invest money from the state's $81 billion pension plan affecting teachers...
Supporters of a bill giving the state treasurer's office greater flexibility to invest money from the state's $81 billion pension plan affecting teachers...
 
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