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The Government of North Carolina is duly sworn to protect the North Carolina Constitution, but not in conflict with the United States Constitution.

Governor Pat McCrory enhanced the personal safety of North Carolina's first responders by signing legislation that prevents the disclosure of information that could lead to the identification of home addresses. The new law also prohibits the disclosure of government-issued cell phone numbers.
More than 1.5 million students across the state will head back to the classroom next week and our North Carolina officials want to make sure those students arrive safely and ready to learn.
The military supports 578,000 jobs in North Carolina and more than two thirds of those jobs are in the private sector, demonstrating the impact of the military ripples across the state's economy and not just concentrated near military installations. Those are the key findings of a new report release
North Carolina consumers in less populated areas will receive quicker broadband service thanks, in part, to the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Connect America Fund (CAF) and participation from four broadband service provider partners.
NC may become the 5th state to call for a convention of states to draft a constitutional "balanced budget" amendment
Governor Pat McCrory along with Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina announced Associated Materials, LLC, a manufacturer of residential building products, will expand its Lenoir County manufacturing operations. The project will create...
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that TTI Floor Care N.A., the marketer and manufacturer of the iconic Hoover, Dirt Devil and Oreck brands, will create...
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that Novo Nordisk Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc., will create approximately 700 jobs at a new bio-manufacturing facility in Johnston...
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) today announced an expansion by Mayne Pharma at its Greenville site. The specialty pharmaceutical company develops and manufactures branded and generic...
Governor Pat McCrory toured Brunswick and Bladen Counties today to assess the damage caused by the recent heavy rainstorm.
Governor Pat McCrory has ordered state agencies to prepare for possible flooding ahead of a variety of weather systems, including Hurricane Joaquin, and is urging all North Carolinians to do the same.
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory released the following media advisory for today...
Governor Pat McCrory signed the NC Competes Jobs Plan today, a key component of his comprehensive strategy to build and strengthen North Carolina's economy by putting more people back to work.
Governor Pat McCrory has selected Jonathan Kreider of Greensboro to fill the district court vacancy in Guilford County. The vacancy was created by the retirement of District Court Judge Linda Falls.
Democrats like Roy Cooper and the rest of the 'sky-is-falling' crowd on the left are once again peddling false information and statistics in an attempt to mislead North Carolinians on education and teacher pay. While they say that teachers are leaving NC, the fact is that North Carolina is...
Governor Pat McCrory announced that more North Carolinians are already taking advantage of new customer-friendly options at the state's Division of Motor Vehicles. Online driver license renewals have increased by more than 2,000 to 6,500 issuances during the five days since the program's full launch
The North Carolina Republican Party today delivered in-kind campaign contribution forms to the Raleigh News & Observer after its editorial board endorsed Attorney General Roy Cooper in a bizarre editorial over the weekend. Remarkably, the paper's endorsement came before Cooper answered a single...
After Roy Cooper's Non-Announcement Announcement, NCGOP Releases Web Video: "Better Than This"...
North Carolina is requiring new packaging and label requirements on electronic cigarette products sold in the state, effective Dec. 1.
Governor Pat McCrory expanded insurance coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by signing the Autism Health Insurance Coverage Act into law today at a ceremony in Charlotte.
Governor Pat McCrory signed the Baby Carlie Nugent Bill (HB698) into law today, legislation that will add a screening test for severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID) and other T-Cell lymphopenias to the newborn screening panel.
"He that will not work shall not eat (except by sickness he be disabled)," Captain John Smith told the 1609 Jamestown colonists.
Governor Pat McCrory announced the final roadblocks were cleared Friday allowing the N.C. Department of Transportation to proceed with construction of a new Herbert C. Bonner Bridge on N.C. 12 over the Oregon Inlet in Dare County.
A ruling by the Texas Supreme Court earlier this summer striking down an occupational licensing requirement has raised hopes that other states, including North Carolina, will move to ease job licensing restrictions.
The Senate on Tuesday rejected a last-minute amendment that would expand Medicaid eligibility, and with 34-10 bipartisan support passed a bill making sweeping changes to the government insurance program for the poor, elderly, and disabled.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today that he has reached an agreement with Senate and House leaders on the spending amount for a revised state budget. At a morning breakfast meeting with the Governor at the Executive Mansion, House and Senate leadership agreed upon a budget spending amount...
Governor Pat McCrory signed House Bill 371 which will allow designated members of the National Guard to carry concealed weapons in public facilities such as recruiting centers and armories.
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