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Speaker and Senate Leader Urge Gov. Cooper to Sign Bipartisan Budget

North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) joined Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) in a press conference Thursday urging Gov.... Read more
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House, Senate Leaders Announce $23 Billion State Budget Compromise

Senate Leader Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) and House Speaker Tim Moore (R-Cleveland) held a joint press conference Monday to announce details...
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SURPLUS COMPUTERS FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS APPROVED BY HOUSE

Legislation to provide low-income students with surplus computers passed the North Carolina House of Representatives on Thursday, creating new opportunities...
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REGULATORY AND RULEMAKING REFORMS APPROVED BY HOUSE COMMITTEE

The North Carolina House Committee on Regulatory Reform approved additional reforms on Tuesday to streamline the state’s rulemaking process, simplify...
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AFFIRMING OUR COMMITMENT TO THE 2ND AMENDMENT

NC House Republicans affirmed our commitment to the 2nd Amendment of the United States Constitution and the rights afforded to...
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HOUSE SUPPORTS SUCCESSFUL INVESTMENT STRATEGIES IN 2017-2018 BUDGET

The North Carolina House of Representatives released highlights of its balanced budget proposal for the 2017-2018 biennium, submitting a plan...
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DID AG JOSH STEIN DENY NORTH CAROLINIANS INTEGRITY AT THE BALLOT BOX?

On Monday, the United State Supreme Court denied the petition for a writ of certiorari in North Carolina, et al. v....
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GOV. COOPER BREAKS CAMPAIGN PROMISE TO MIDDLE-CLASS FAMILIES

Governor Roy Cooper must have forgotten his campaign promise yesterday when he handed out $40 MILLION of North Carolina taxpayers’...
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WE TRULY APPRECIATE OUR TEACHERS

NC House Republicans truly value the dedication to our children demonstrated by our teachers. Contrary to the propaganda perpetrated by...
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CLASS SIZE COMPROMISE GIVES SCHOOLS FLEXIBILITY TO SPEND HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS IN INCREASED FUNDING

The state House of Representatives agreed to a class size compromise this week that provides further flexibility in how public...
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