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The state Senate's big kahuna went in front of the biggest, most-prominent Common Core-loving, spend-more-and-more-and-more money crowd and told them a few things I am SURE they didn't want to hear.
The office of Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) announced Wednesday, December 09, 2015 the interim committees that Cook will serve on before returning to Raleigh for the short legislative session.
Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) announced Friday, Nov. 20, 2015 that five key projects in Senate District 1 will be completed sooner as a result of major transportation funding reforms passed by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2015.
Speaker Tim Moore has made it clear that the House caucus will live or die at the hand of Cary's Nelson Dollar. Dollar has been pretty clear that he wants to spend MORE money and will not budge on anything.
We've heard some tough talk. Everyone is beating their chest getting ready for the upcoming elections.
Politicians never cease to amaze me. A few sessions back, I was treated to a barrage of b*tching from various Republican legislators about Skip Stam and Thom Tillis.
North Carolina has long faced challenges with aging infrastructure - and with a rapidly growing population, our state's needs are also rapidly growing.
On a steamy Tuesday afternoon in Raleigh, the NC House of Representatives voted 112-0 not to concur with the Senate's version of the 2015-2016 Budget (House Bill #97). Now, hard core negotiating begins.
Few are surprised our legislature came up to the deadline to pass a new state budget and was forced to pass a continuing resolution. It's a regular occurrence.
Leaders have been telling us for more than a decade. We want the rest of the story, specifically how are we going to pay for them.
Steve Logan, former East Carolina University head football coach, recently remarked that things don't usually turn out well for head coaches. The same is often true for anyone who serves "at the pleasure" of someone or some group. UNC President Tom Ross is the latest example.
If you're like me, you're probably a bit disheartened by our Lt. Governor. Dan Forest talked a good game on the 2012 campaign trail.
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) issued the following statement today, Thursday, Dec. 04, 2014, after the North Carolina Board of Transportation released a draft of the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).
Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) released the following statement after being declared the winner in this year's midterm election.
Clark Twiddy, a Dare County resident, was elected by the Senate on Thursday, April 16, 2015 to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges for a term of six years.
As the state tax filing deadline passed this week, the vast majority of North Carolinians will keep more of their own tax dollars due to policy decisions made by the Republican General Assembly during the past two legislative bienniums.
Last week, Senate Bill 90 (Required Number of Operating Brake Lights), legislation that I'm sponsoring unanimously passed on the floor of the Senate on Thursday, April 02, 2015.
A settlement agreement has been finalized today, Monday, June 15, 2015, which will allow the North Carolina Department of Transportation to replace the aging Herbert C. Bonner Bridge over the Oregon Inlet with a new parallel bridge.
Yesterday, legislation urging all coastal community colleges to offer courses on commercial fishing and aquaculture was signed into law.
The office of Senator Bill Cook (R-District 1) released on Monday, June 08, 2015, a letter that he along with twenty two other State Senators signed pleading for assistance from the North Carolina Congressional Delegation with stabilizing Oregon Inlet.
It was an honor and a privilege last week to welcome members of our armed forces - including men and women from North Carolina's National Guard - to the General Assembly as a part of our Military Appreciation Day.
A little more than two years ago, North Carolina had an albatross strangling our economy.
Senate Bill 374 (Modify For-Hire License Logbook Requirement) a bill that I crafted passed unanimously in the Senate and the bill has been sent to the House. In this legislation, the for-hire coastal recreation fishing licenses are altered to a voluntary requirement.
Last week, Senate Bill 192 (Citations/Sheriffs Accept Faxes) legislation that I'm sponsoring unanimously passed in the House Judiciary IV Committee.
The North Carolina Senate passed a balanced $21.47 billion state budget on Thursday, June 18, 2015.
On a steamy Tuesday afternoon in Raleigh, the NC House of Representatives voted 112-0 not to concur with the Senate's version of the 2015-2016 Budget (House Bill #97). Now, hard core negotiating begins.
Last week, Senate Bill 90 (Required Number of Operating Brake Lights), legislation that I'm sponsoring unanimously passed on the floor of the Senate on Thursday, April 02, 2015.
Clark Twiddy, a Dare County resident, was elected by the Senate on Thursday, April 16, 2015 to serve on the North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges for a term of six years.
As the state tax filing deadline passed this week, the vast majority of North Carolinians will keep more of their own tax dollars due to policy decisions made by the Republican General Assembly during the past two legislative bienniums.
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