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Don't you just love it when politicians who know NOTHING about a subject try to lecture people who DO KNOW something about a subject? Law enforcement and military folks get more than their fair share of it. And so do businesspeople.
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.
Governor Pat McCrory met this afternoon with local government and economic development leaders in Eden to discuss the announced closing of the MillerCoors plant there.
No matter how good the crystal ball, it is impossible to predict what will happen in 2015. Perhaps it will be easier to identify the people likely to either make or respond to North Carolina news events.
At least two North Carolina magistrates have resigned rather than perform same-sex marriages, citing conflicts with their religious beliefs.
We and many other grassroots entities - have been howlin' mad about Gov. Pat's $40 million corporate welfare giveaway.
Kudos to Senate leader Phil Berger for his incisive answer as to whether he would support an independent redistricting commission. According to Gary Robertson of the Associated Press, Berger said...
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
I seriously can't understand the logic behind having TWO prominent Republican leaders go public – right in front of a HUGE election -- with their desire to expand Medicaid.
Hasan Harnett certainly shocked the political world this weekend. It's also become clear that the establishment is not going to play nice with the new NCGOP chairman.
As you may have heard, there is good news out of the state capital: General Fund revenue is now projected to grow significantly faster than budget officials and legislative staffers had once thought. The bad news, however, is that within minutes of this announcement, the spending lobbies and...
Republicans have been quick to claim their tax reform agenda eliminated many unfair tax loopholes and carve-outs for special interests in North Carolina, but there are strong signals that tax-fueled incentives could return in the upcoming session.
Senate Republicans are pushing bills to reduce the state corporate income tax rate from 5 percent this year to 3 percent in 2017, and restructure the manner in which corporate taxes are calculated. The intent behind the legislation is to make the state more business-friendly and better able to...
As you may have heard, there is good news out of the state capital: General Fund revenue is now projected to grow significantly faster than budget officials and legislative staffers had once thought. The bad news, however, is that within minutes of this announcement, the spending lobbies and...
Republicans have been quick to claim their tax reform agenda eliminated many unfair tax loopholes and carve-outs for special interests in North Carolina, but there are strong signals that tax-fueled incentives could return in the upcoming session.
Senate Republicans are pushing bills to reduce the state corporate income tax rate from 5 percent this year to 3 percent in 2017, and restructure the manner in which corporate taxes are calculated. The intent behind the legislation is to make the state more business-friendly and better able to...
Kudos to Senate leader Phil Berger for his incisive answer as to whether he would support an independent redistricting commission. According to Gary Robertson of the Associated Press, Berger said...
North Carolina is the first state to lose a voter photo ID case and the Republicans in the state legislature were the deciding factor.
Republicans have been quick to claim their tax reform agenda eliminated many unfair tax loopholes and carve-outs for special interests in North Carolina, but there are strong signals that tax-fueled incentives could return in the upcoming session.
Senate Republicans are pushing bills to reduce the state corporate income tax rate from 5 percent this year to 3 percent in 2017, and restructure the manner in which corporate taxes are calculated. The intent behind the legislation is to make the state more business-friendly and better able to...
As you may have heard, there is good news out of the state capital: General Fund revenue is now projected to grow significantly faster than budget officials and legislative staffers had once thought. The bad news, however, is that within minutes of this announcement, the spending lobbies and...
No matter how good the crystal ball, it is impossible to predict what will happen in 2015. Perhaps it will be easier to identify the people likely to either make or respond to North Carolina news events.
We and many other grassroots entities - have been howlin' mad about Gov. Pat's $40 million corporate welfare giveaway.
When Republicans took control of the legislature in January 2011, North Carolina's economy was strug­gling, the unemployment rate was 10.4%, citizens and businesses were burdened with a 1930s Depression-era tax code, and the state owed the federal government $2.5 billion.
In laying out its legal case against the state over elimination of teacher tenure, the North Carolina Association of Educators cites some of the same constitutional constructs of contract law that state employees used two decades ago to overturn the General Assembly's repeal of income tax exemptions
Sen. Bill Cook (R-District 1) announced today his support for a plan unveiled by Gov. Pat McCrory, Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Thom Tillis to make North Carolina's starting teacher salaries among the highest in the Southeast.
Early career teachers will get pay raises starting in the fiscal year beginning July 1, and teachers with up to seven years of service will collect double-digit percentage increases, Gov. Pat McCrory announced Monday. The package is expected to cost less than $200 million and will not require a...
This week Gov. McCrory, Lt. Gov. Forest, House Speaker Tillis, and I announced our plan to make North Carolina's starting teacher salaries among the highest in the Southeast.
Governor Pat McCrory, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest, Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Thom Tillis announced on Monday a unified strategy to make North Carolina's starting teacher salaries among the highest in the Southeast.
The Rev. William Barber, president of the NC NAACP and initiator of the Moral Monday protests, continued his attack Tuesday on what he called "a monster voter suppression bill" and likened efforts to award Opportunity Scholarships to children from low-income families to segregationist actions of...
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