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North Carolina residents could receive a larger personal income tax exemption if the General Assembly's 2016 short session follows the lead of state Sen. Bob Rucho, R-Mecklenburg, who has led the Senate's tax reform efforts since Republicans took control of that body
Legislative election law writers continue working toward having a combined primary on March 15, 2016, allowing voters to cast ballots for president and nominate their party favorites for other statewide and local offices.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today North Carolina has paid off the unemployment insurance debt owed to the federal government. That debt was as high as $2.8 billion and stood at $2.5 billion when Governor McCrory took office in January 2013.
Significantly lower gas prices at the pump the last several months have put more money in the pockets of NC motorists. But because of the adjustable portion of the state gas tax, lower gas prices would also mean less money to state government coffers. Apparently, some state legislators can't...
That's right. You read it correctly. Leftist strategist Thomas Mills is praising the work of new Republican speaker Tim Moore
Tax reform advocates have found much to like in some key provisions to a broad tax package proposed by three state Senate leaders in March.
State Sen. Bob Rucho is still hoping North Carolina can have its presidential preference primary just days after South Carolina, giving the state a bigger say in determining the eventual 2016 nominees.
Tax reform advocates have found much to like in some key provisions to a broad tax package proposed by three state Senate leaders in March.
State Sen. Bob Rucho is still hoping North Carolina can have its presidential preference primary just days after South Carolina, giving the state a bigger say in determining the eventual 2016 nominees.
Governor Pat McCrory announced today North Carolina has paid off the unemployment insurance debt owed to the federal government. That debt was as high as $2.8 billion and stood at $2.5 billion when Governor McCrory took office in January 2013.
Significantly lower gas prices at the pump the last several months have put more money in the pockets of NC motorists. But because of the adjustable portion of the state gas tax, lower gas prices would also mean less money to state government coffers. Apparently, some state legislators can't...
State Sen. Bob Rucho is still hoping North Carolina can have its presidential preference primary just days after South Carolina, giving the state a bigger say in determining the eventual 2016 nominees.
Tax reform advocates have found much to like in some key provisions to a broad tax package proposed by three state Senate leaders in March.
Matt Arnold admits there is very little difference between his political views and those held by incumbent Sen. Robert Rucho. But that did not stop him from challenging the seven-term veteran lawmaker in the upcoming Republican primary for state Senate District 39 on May 6.
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