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Today, President Barack Obama vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2016, which recently passed both chambers of Congress with strong bipartisan support. Following the president's decision to veto the NDAA for FY16, North Carolina Senators...
The Department of Health and Human Services reported today that the North Carolina Medicaid program ended the 2014-15 state fiscal year with $130.7 million cash on hand. This is the second consecutive year the Medicaid program has finished with cash on hand.
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted against H. Con. Res. 27, the Fiscal Year 2016 federal budget proposal which passed the House by a vote of 228 to 199.
The state of North Carolina has begun its 2015-16 fiscal year with a continuing resolution instead of a budget. While it would certainly have been better if lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory had inked a formal budget by now, the situation could be much worse.
The state of North Carolina has begun its 2015-16 fiscal year with a continuing resolution instead of a budget. While it would certainly have been better if lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory had inked a formal budget by now, the situation could be much worse.
The state of North Carolina has begun its 2015-16 fiscal year with a continuing resolution instead of a budget. While it would certainly have been better if lawmakers and Gov. Pat McCrory had inked a formal budget by now, the situation could be much worse.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) today issued the following statement regarding the passage of the Senate's Fiscal Year 2016 budget resolution.
Last night, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted against H. Con. Res. 27, the Fiscal Year 2016 federal budget proposal which passed the House by a vote of 228 to 199.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) today issued the following statement regarding the passage of the Senate's Fiscal Year 2016 budget resolution.
Two weeks after the start of the 2014-15 fiscal year, the North Carolina House and Senate still haven't reached an agreement on adjusting the state budget.
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