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The Office of Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement from Department of Public Safety Secretary Frank Perry...
Governor Pat McCrory enhanced the personal safety of North Carolina's first responders by signing legislation that prevents the disclosure of information that could lead to the identification of home addresses. The new law also prohibits the disclosure of government-issued cell phone numbers.
More than 1.5 million students across the state will head back to the classroom next week and our North Carolina officials want to make sure those students arrive safely and ready to learn.
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) continued his long-standing fight against taxpayer-funded abortion by voting for H.R. 3495, the Women's Public Health and Safety Act.
Governor Pat McCrory released the following statement on the North Carolina House's Connect NC bond proposal.
North Carolina has no environmental rules for shutting down solar projects safely, state officials say, and may lack sufficient facilities to dispose of the glass, steel, industrial lubricants, and toxic elements after solar panels in the state's expanding solar industry reach the end of their usefu
Governor Pat McCrory has instructed the Department of Public Safety and the North Carolina National Guard to step up security measures at the NCNG recruiting centers, armories and readiness centers statewide. The heightened security measures are in response to the shootings at the two military...
Corrections officers are confronting the most violent people in our state every minute of their day. Some live under death threats not only to them... but to their family. Working in this environment comes at a price. But we will support our corrections officers and all those engaged in public...
North Carolina has the third highest active duty military presence in the country. 35% of North Carolina's population is military, veteran, spouse, parent or dependent...
He has a good job, a successful marriage to a woman, reads one book a year, and uses a 500 word vocabulary.
Late last year an audit of the State Board of Opticians determined that the board "will lack adequate funds to continue operating within the next year" and that, despite cost-cutting measures already undertaken, soon "will no longer be able to provide the licensing services and practitioner...
Everyone is talking about the $22 billion+ House Budget and what will happen to the spending plan now that it has crossed chambers and is in the hands of the Senate. Senate leaders will be meeting all this week to start their preparations before it is debated in sub-committees. We should expect a...
Today, the Civitas Institute joins the Cato Institute in asking the United States Supreme Court to clarify its role in protecting Americans from occupational licensure abuse. In a joint amicus brief, attorneys from Civitas and Cato ask the Court to grant certiorari in Vong v. Aune - a case with...
It is indeed time to rethink a relic of the South's legacy of racism - progressivism.
The Civitas Institute Center for Law and Freedom functions as North Carolina's conservative public interest law firm. In this capacity, we provide legal and educational services at no cost as a part of the Civitas Institute's overall charitable mission. To better understand who CLF is and what we...
Having a dependable and safe waterway passage for commercial and recreational boats is of paramount importance.
Six times as many drones could be flying above our heads as commercial airplanes within the next five years. Growth in use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is generating increased interest in safety and regulatory issues.
Government is far, far bigger than it used to be. Liberals generally cheer this development. Conservatives regret it. To understand the disagreement about this change, one must first understand the magnitude of the change.
Potentially "tragic" results could occur because the professional board that regulates the state's dentists issues sedation permits before it inspects dental facilities, and does not conduct compliance checks to ensure dentists can deliver anesthesia safely and respond to medical emergencies...
A discussion Tuesday of alternative plans to regulate outdoor dining at Raleigh's Law and Public Safety Committee saw city staffers agree that safety and "vibrancy" concerns with the Outdoor Dining Ordinance exist largely because of weak enforcement of rules.
Six times as many drones could be flying above our heads as commercial airplanes within the next five years. Growth in use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is generating increased interest in safety and regulatory issues.
Government is far, far bigger than it used to be. Liberals generally cheer this development. Conservatives regret it. To understand the disagreement about this change, one must first understand the magnitude of the change.
Potentially "tragic" results could occur because the professional board that regulates the state's dentists issues sedation permits before it inspects dental facilities, and does not conduct compliance checks to ensure dentists can deliver anesthesia safely and respond to medical emergencies...
A discussion Tuesday of alternative plans to regulate outdoor dining at Raleigh's Law and Public Safety Committee saw city staffers agree that safety and "vibrancy" concerns with the Outdoor Dining Ordinance exist largely because of weak enforcement of rules.
Fulfilling the core government function of providing for the safety and security of our citizens, and supporting those who defend our freedom.
North Carolina has no environmental rules for shutting down solar projects safely, state officials say, and may lack sufficient facilities to dispose of the glass, steel, industrial lubricants, and toxic elements after solar panels in the state's expanding solar industry reach the end of their usefu
Governor Pat McCrory has instructed the Department of Public Safety and the North Carolina National Guard to step up security measures at the NCNG recruiting centers, armories and readiness centers statewide. The heightened security measures are in response to the shootings at the two military...
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