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A look at some of the activity in the General Assembly last week:
HB483: Let Them Spawn
SB529: Fees/Returned Checks
SB366: 10th Grade/College Transfer Pathways
HB658: Allow Donations of Unexpired Drugs
HB389: ABC/University Athletic Facility
SB315: North Carolina Farm Act of 2019
A look at some of the activity in the General Assembly last week.
Neuse News Editor Bryan Hanks is having a hard time processing the N.C. House’s decision not to override Gov. Cooper’s veto of the Born-Alive Abortion Survivor’s Protection Act.
An update on activity in the General Assembly this past week.
Beth Wood, the auditor, said that of “the $800 million [the companies] are sitting on, there hasn’t been any – very little I’ll say – reinvestment or help to those sitting on a waitlist.”
Here is a look at some of the activity from local legislators in the General Assembly in Raleigh this week.
As we look back at 2018, we’re sharing the top five stories from June through December.
The pulse of rural communities in Eastern North Carolina is agriculture, be it crops or livestock. As vibrant as these local industries are, flooding caused by Hurricane Florence has proven to be a disruptive force.
As the waters from Hurricane Florence recede, a new health and environment threat may emerge across Eastern North Carolina.
North Carolina is the second largest producer of hogs in the United States, with more than two million pigs in Duplin County alone. According to the North Carolina Pork Council, hogs are a $2.9 billion industry in the state, accounting for 46,000 jobs.
The Seven Springs Volunteer Fire Department is getting a new home.