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How should the State of North Carolina go about corporate taxation and corporate welfare? There are four possible policy combinations.
How should the State of North Carolina go about corporate taxation and corporate welfare? There are four possible policy combinations.
 
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
 
But does Cooper actually oppose them or not? The end of June would have confused anyone looking for consistency.
But does Cooper actually oppose them or not? The end of June would have confused anyone looking for consistency.
 
Reports of Medicaid expansion's death in this legislative session might be greatly exaggerated.
Reports of Medicaid expansion's death in this legislative session might be greatly exaggerated.
 
State Superintendent Mark Johnson has put a price tag on his plan to make North Carolina the best place for public school educators to begin, learn, and teach by 2030.
State Superintendent Mark Johnson has put a price tag on his plan to make North Carolina the best place for public school educators to begin, learn, and teach by 2030.
 
When describing access to public records, "slow" is the first word that comes to mind, Ken Eudy, a senior adviser to Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday, March 11, during a talk on government transparency at Elon University.
When describing access to public records, "slow" is the first word that comes to mind, Ken Eudy, a senior adviser to Gov. Roy Cooper said Monday, March 11, during a talk on government transparency at Elon University.
 
Today, Gov. Roy Cooper named Judge Mark Davis as Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
Today, Gov. Roy Cooper named Judge Mark Davis as Associate Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
 
The state panel that determines how much money North Carolina can prudently borrow over the next 10 years rejected an appeal Wednesday by Gov. Roy Cooper's budget director to triple the state's debt ceiling from $2.03 billion to more than $6 billion.
The state panel that determines how much money North Carolina can prudently borrow over the next 10 years rejected an appeal Wednesday by Gov. Roy Cooper's budget director to triple the state's debt ceiling from $2.03 billion to more than $6 billion.
 
RALEIGH: Today, Gov. Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law
RALEIGH: Today, Gov. Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law
 
No one knows for sure, really, when the current session of the N.C. legislature will end. But Lee Lilley, Gov. Roy Cooper's director of legislative affairs, did offer this: "The session ends when we get Medicaid expansion."
No one knows for sure, really, when the current session of the N.C. legislature will end. But Lee Lilley, Gov. Roy Cooper's director of legislative affairs, did offer this: "The session ends when we get Medicaid expansion."
 
By a unanimous vote of all members present, the newly appointed State Board of Elections on Thursday elected Bob Cordle of Charlotte as board chair and Dr. Stella Anderson of Boone as board secretary.
By a unanimous vote of all members present, the newly appointed State Board of Elections on Thursday elected Bob Cordle of Charlotte as board chair and Dr. Stella Anderson of Boone as board secretary.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper named three Democrats and two Republicans Thursday to the newly constituted State Board of Elections.
Gov. Roy Cooper named three Democrats and two Republicans Thursday to the newly constituted State Board of Elections.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has instructed employees of his administration to refuse to speak with investigators looking into his shady dealings surrounding the Atlantic Coast Pipeline deal, according to reports.
Gov. Roy Cooper has instructed employees of his administration to refuse to speak with investigators looking into his shady dealings surrounding the Atlantic Coast Pipeline deal, according to reports.
 
Ken Eudy, Gov. Roy Cooper's policy adviser, was the governor's key negotiator with Duke Energy in developing a $57.8 discretionary Atlantic Coast Pipeline fund Duke and its utility partners would pay to Cooper.
Ken Eudy, Gov. Roy Cooper's policy adviser, was the governor's key negotiator with Duke Energy in developing a $57.8 discretionary Atlantic Coast Pipeline fund Duke and its utility partners would pay to Cooper.
 
Republican legislative leaders say the NAACP deliberately omitted them from a federal lawsuit seeking to kill newly enacted voter ID legislation.
Republican legislative leaders say the NAACP deliberately omitted them from a federal lawsuit seeking to kill newly enacted voter ID legislation.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper rejects an appeal from legislative leaders to convene a special session this week for Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
Gov. Roy Cooper rejects an appeal from legislative leaders to convene a special session this week for Hurricane Florence relief efforts.
 
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