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Unemployment, homelessness, depression, and a host of mental health issues are on the rise for North Carolina’s military veterans.
Unemployment, homelessness, depression, and a host of mental health issues are on the rise for North Carolina’s military veterans.
 
N.C. Senate Republicans aren’t happy with North Carolina’s lagging unemployment insurance system. They think Gov. Roy Cooper is accountable — and they want answers.
N.C. Senate Republicans aren’t happy with North Carolina’s lagging unemployment insurance system. They think Gov. Roy Cooper is accountable — and they want answers.
 
Mark Hemingway explains at Real Clear Politics why we should be wary of pleas for more mail-in election ballots.
Mark Hemingway explains at Real Clear Politics why we should be wary of pleas for more mail-in election ballots.
 
This week, the John Locke Foundation’s Jordan Roberts teamed up with Dr. Nicol Turner Lee of the Brookings Institution to release a research brief on digital tracking of the Coronavirus.
This week, the John Locke Foundation’s Jordan Roberts teamed up with Dr. Nicol Turner Lee of the Brookings Institution to release a research brief on digital tracking of the Coronavirus.
 
Democratic nations are embracing strict and invasive government powers to combat the coronavirus, sparking concerns that all that amassed power may not be given back after the pandemic is over.
Democratic nations are embracing strict and invasive government powers to combat the coronavirus, sparking concerns that all that amassed power may not be given back after the pandemic is over.
 
The General Assembly plans to return for a short session April 28, and will need to be ready to hit the ground running, said Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland.
The General Assembly plans to return for a short session April 28, and will need to be ready to hit the ground running, said Speaker of the House Tim Moore, R-Cleveland.
 
Beaufort County Community College has upcoming free online business workshops to help owners determine how to best react to the pandemic, shutdowns and current market trends.
Beaufort County Community College has upcoming free online business workshops to help owners determine how to best react to the pandemic, shutdowns and current market trends.
 
Hospital leaders are sharing concerns about protective equipment and lower revenue as lawmakers look for ways to help the health care system fight COVID-19.
Hospital leaders are sharing concerns about protective equipment and lower revenue as lawmakers look for ways to help the health care system fight COVID-19.
 
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 University of North Carolina’s Board of Governors is taking concerns over North Carolina’s budget impasse straight to the General Assembly — in the form of a resolution asking lawmakers to quit stalling and pass an updated spending plan.
The University of North Carolina’s Board of Governors is taking concerns over North Carolina’s budget impasse straight to the General Assembly — in the form of a resolution asking lawmakers to quit stalling and pass an updated spending plan.
 
It’s been more than a decade since 22 people with the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office were ousted because of rampant corruption.
It’s been more than a decade since 22 people with the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office were ousted because of rampant corruption.
 
Doctors expect more people to die of vaping-related illnesses in North Carolina.
Doctors expect more people to die of vaping-related illnesses in North Carolina.
 
A bill expanding where automatic license plate readers can be deployed has passed the N.C. House Transportation Committee, despite objections from several members over privacy concerns.
A bill expanding where automatic license plate readers can be deployed has passed the N.C. House Transportation Committee, despite objections from several members over privacy concerns.
 
Missed you guys. Under President Trump's leadership, the United States economy is growing at record levels, putting the President in a strong position to fix longstanding trade concerns with China.
Missed you guys. Under President Trump's leadership, the United States economy is growing at record levels, putting the President in a strong position to fix longstanding trade concerns with China.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper and Democratic legislative leaders Tuesday announced a three-part compromise proposal to repeal North Carolina’s House Bill 2, but Republican leaders say the plan fails to address privacy concerns
Gov. Roy Cooper and Democratic legislative leaders Tuesday announced a three-part compromise proposal to repeal North Carolina’s House Bill 2, but Republican leaders say the plan fails to address privacy concerns
 
Watauga County mountain man Eustace Conway's passion for teaching primitive living came to a sudden halt in October when local government officials shut down his operation, citing safety and health concerns.
Watauga County mountain man Eustace Conway's passion for teaching primitive living came to a sudden halt in October when local government officials shut down his operation, citing safety and health concerns.
 
The 2012 Legislative Session was especially notable for authorizing legislation to set the stage for energy exploration in North Carolina. The legislature also passed several important bills to limit job-killing environmental regulations, while maintaining environmental protection.
The 2012 Legislative Session was especially notable for authorizing legislation to set the stage for energy exploration in North Carolina. The legislature also passed several important bills to limit job-killing environmental regulations, while maintaining environmental protection.
 
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