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In less than 21 days, including the Thanksgiving holiday, Congress pushed through a bill that is over 1,000 pages long and has at least 391 pages worth of changes in it from the original version.
Hillary B. Clinton, the curator of the Benghazi Cover-up, now must face the proverbial music that began with much talk about that 'despicable video'.
If leaders of the North Carolina House of Representatives are right that the state needs a 6.3 percent increase in General Fund spending for the coming year, then they were wrong two years ago when they helped craft an historic tax-reform package to boost North Carolina's economic competitiveness.
A new rule adopted by the state House could mean that representatives would face fewer surprises at committee meetings, and members of the public with interest in specific legislation also could be better informed.
If leaders of the North Carolina House of Representatives are right that the state needs a 6.3 percent increase in General Fund spending for the coming year, then they were wrong two years ago when they helped craft an historic tax-reform package to boost North Carolina's economic competitiveness.
A new rule adopted by the state House could mean that representatives would face fewer surprises at committee meetings, and members of the public with interest in specific legislation also could be better informed.
A new rule adopted by the state House could mean that representatives would face fewer surprises at committee meetings, and members of the public with interest in specific legislation also could be better informed.
If leaders of the North Carolina House of Representatives are right that the state needs a 6.3 percent increase in General Fund spending for the coming year, then they were wrong two years ago when they helped craft an historic tax-reform package to boost North Carolina's economic competitiveness.
Yesterday, the House of Representatives voted to pass a bill cosponsored by Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) that would increase the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) accountability to the VA Inspector General (IG).
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement after the House Appropriations Committee adopted an amendment to include the Historic Rehabilitation Investment Program in the House budget.
The House released its initial budget proposal Tuesday, with appropriations subcommittees meeting for several hours to review and amend the proposed committee substitute by subject area.
State Rep. Michael Wray, a Democrat from Gaston who serves as deputy minority leader in the state House of Representatives, owes more than $100,000 in past-due federal, state, and local taxes, according to public records on file in Northampton and Halifax Counties.
Mr. American Idol got a rather warm welcome this morning in conservative Moore County on WEEB radio's morning show.
The North Carolina House released its budget plan for FY 2014-15, which would spend $21.09 billion. The total would be a 2.3 percent increase over the current fiscal year's budget.
Even though the Senate has yet to reject the House's version of the 2014-15 general fund budget (final House passage came Friday, a day after senators left town), negotiators from both chambers will get to work this week hammering out a compromise of the $21.1 billion spending plan.
The small businesses already would be qualified for the 39 percent tax credit, spread out over seven years, on their investments.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement after the overwhelmingly bipartisan passage of a Medicaid reform bill (HB 1181) by the North Carolina House of Representatives.
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