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Unemployment insurance benefits for workers affected by the coronavirus could flow as early as Monday, March 30, a spokesman for the Division of Employment Security told Carolina Journal.
Unemployment insurance benefits for workers affected by the coronavirus could flow as early as Monday, March 30, a spokesman for the Division of Employment Security told Carolina Journal.
 
The coronavirus is interfering with state elections, and it could make the runoff for the Republican nominee in N.C.’s 11th U.S. Congressional District problematic.
The coronavirus is interfering with state elections, and it could make the runoff for the Republican nominee in N.C.’s 11th U.S. Congressional District problematic.
 
As unemployment numbers surge, N.C. lawmakers are exchanging ideas and working on ways to provide relief to suffering residents.
As unemployment numbers surge, N.C. lawmakers are exchanging ideas and working on ways to provide relief to suffering residents.
 
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
North Carolinians laid off as a result of the coronavirus outbreak could receive benefits as early as Monday, March 30.
 
Regulations continue to prevent advanced nurse practitioners from volunteering to care for sick or injured people in North Carolina.
Regulations continue to prevent advanced nurse practitioners from volunteering to care for sick or injured people in North Carolina.
 
North Carolina has moved into the next phase of its COVID-19 outbreak — community transmission.
North Carolina has moved into the next phase of its COVID-19 outbreak — community transmission.
 
Few people want to spend time these days debating the finer points of constitutional law and government’s separation of powers.
Few people want to spend time these days debating the finer points of constitutional law and government’s separation of powers.
 
While Washington politicians bicker over a massive coronavirus rescue package, North Carolina businesses and nonprofits are scrambling to help patch the economy.
While Washington politicians bicker over a massive coronavirus rescue package, North Carolina businesses and nonprofits are scrambling to help patch the economy.
 
Most of us can’t remember a time of such widespread disruption. The spread of coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the economy, on families, on how and where we work, on how we live and communicate.
Most of us can’t remember a time of such widespread disruption. The spread of coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the economy, on families, on how and where we work, on how we live and communicate.
 
Marty Kotis, a member of the University of North Carolina System’s Board of Governors, for years has pushed for more online learning programs from UNC’s college campuses.
Marty Kotis, a member of the University of North Carolina System’s Board of Governors, for years has pushed for more online learning programs from UNC’s college campuses.
 
On St. Patrick’s Day, Cary’s Carolina Ale House — garishly decorated with Irish food and drink ads — wasn’t teeming with its usual swarm of thirsty, hungry customers.
On St. Patrick’s Day, Cary’s Carolina Ale House — garishly decorated with Irish food and drink ads — wasn’t teeming with its usual swarm of thirsty, hungry customers.
 
I’ve written volumes over the past few years about the way North Carolina controls distilled spirits.
I’ve written volumes over the past few years about the way North Carolina controls distilled spirits.
 
Each week, staff at Carolina Journal looks back at the week in N.C. politics and chooses several interesting, relevant stories you may have missed.
Each week, staff at Carolina Journal looks back at the week in N.C. politics and chooses several interesting, relevant stories you may have missed.
 
During Sunshine Week — seven days highlighting the public’s right to know about what happens behind the government’s closed doors — much of North Carolina’s health care system remains in the shade.
During Sunshine Week — seven days highlighting the public’s right to know about what happens behind the government’s closed doors — much of North Carolina’s health care system remains in the shade.
 
The State Board of Community Colleges has issued new measures to increase flexibility for students and teachers as they adjust to the national COVID-19 outbreak.
The State Board of Community Colleges has issued new measures to increase flexibility for students and teachers as they adjust to the national COVID-19 outbreak.
 
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
 
From health care workers to wait staff, from ride-share drivers to truck drivers, North Carolinians, like the rest of the country, are in for a rough few weeks, possibly even a rough few months or more.
From health care workers to wait staff, from ride-share drivers to truck drivers, North Carolinians, like the rest of the country, are in for a rough few weeks, possibly even a rough few months or more.
 
Council of State didn't approve EO, Forest says; unclear how new UI rules will work
 
Definition of 'gatherings' isn't clear when churches are included but malls aren't
 
There’s a short shelf life for much of what government officials say in the early days of a public health scare.
There’s a short shelf life for much of what government officials say in the early days of a public health scare.
 
Dr. Gus Vickery has started a drive-through clinic in Asheville, where he has tested dozens of patients for COVID-19 in two days.
Dr. Gus Vickery has started a drive-through clinic in Asheville, where he has tested dozens of patients for COVID-19 in two days.
 
K-12 public schools are closing for two weeks and universities are moving classes online to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
K-12 public schools are closing for two weeks and universities are moving classes online to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
 
N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control stores remain open throughout the state, although many staff members within the ABC system are working from home.
N.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control stores remain open throughout the state, although many staff members within the ABC system are working from home.
 
If a Florida parent wants to see the personnel file for their child’s public school teacher, the school would hand it over.
If a Florida parent wants to see the personnel file for their child’s public school teacher, the school would hand it over.
 
School is canceled in North Carolina. Now, the state must decide how to handle nutrition, child care, and distance learning.
School is canceled in North Carolina. Now, the state must decide how to handle nutrition, child care, and distance learning.
 
Uncertainty clouds the discussion of how the U.S. should fight the spread of the COVID-19, the flu-like respiratory disease that originated in China in December and was first reported in the U.S. in late January.
Uncertainty clouds the discussion of how the U.S. should fight the spread of the COVID-19, the flu-like respiratory disease that originated in China in December and was first reported in the U.S. in late January.
 
North Carolina’s court cases are on hold due to coronavirus.
 
The threat of a coronavirus outbreak has pushed North Carolina into waiving state caps on hospital beds.
The threat of a coronavirus outbreak has pushed North Carolina into waiving state caps on hospital beds.
 
Each week, staff at Carolina Journal looks back at the week in N.C. politics and chooses several interesting, relevant stories you may have missed. Here’s this week’s review:
Each week, staff at Carolina Journal looks back at the week in N.C. politics and chooses several interesting, relevant stories you may have missed. Here’s this week’s review:
 
Retired health care workers will be able to regain licensure more quickly as North Carolina prepares for a potential outbreak of the coronavirus.
Retired health care workers will be able to regain licensure more quickly as North Carolina prepares for a potential outbreak of the coronavirus.
 
As stories of the spread of coronavirus continue to circulate in the media, teachers have turned to Facebook to complain about a purported shortage of cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer needed to combat the spread of COVID-19 in their schools and classrooms.
As stories of the spread of coronavirus continue to circulate in the media, teachers have turned to Facebook to complain about a purported shortage of cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer needed to combat the spread of COVID-19 in their schools and classrooms.
 
Spirits tastings in N.C. ABC stores have gone on without complaint or problem since September, when lawmakers amended state rules governing liquor.
Spirits tastings in N.C. ABC stores have gone on without complaint or problem since September, when lawmakers amended state rules governing liquor.
 
The fight against coronavirus will be a long haul, Gov. Roy Cooper and health officials said after declaring a state of emergency Tuesday, March 10.
The fight against coronavirus will be a long haul, Gov. Roy Cooper and health officials said after declaring a state of emergency Tuesday, March 10.
 
Teachers and retirees are suffering without a budget in place, two freshman Democratic lawmakers said during a March 10 news conference.
Teachers and retirees are suffering without a budget in place, two freshman Democratic lawmakers said during a March 10 news conference.
 
State retirees and their dependents beginning next year won’t pay premiums on Medicare Advantage plans.
 
North Carolina voters shouldn’t be asked to approve county sales tax increases on election days where turnout is considerably low, one expert says.
North Carolina voters shouldn’t be asked to approve county sales tax increases on election days where turnout is considerably low, one expert says.
 
Judicial candidates on the campaign trail in North Carolina tend to avoid harsh criticism of their opponents. In contrast, written judicial opinions often feature pointed jabs.
Judicial candidates on the campaign trail in North Carolina tend to avoid harsh criticism of their opponents. In contrast, written judicial opinions often feature pointed jabs.
 
In North Carolina, the golden ticket for resident college hopefuls is $1,000 yearly tuition at a handful of public universities.
In North Carolina, the golden ticket for resident college hopefuls is $1,000 yearly tuition at a handful of public universities.
 
In a recent tweet, former President Barack Obama declared, “Eleven years ago today, near the bottom of the worst recession in generations, I signed the Recovery Act, paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and job creation.”
In a recent tweet, former President Barack Obama declared, “Eleven years ago today, near the bottom of the worst recession in generations, I signed the Recovery Act, paving the way for more than a decade of economic growth and job creation.”
 
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College has food pantries on its campuses — for its teachers.
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College has food pantries on its campuses — for its teachers.
 
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