Quantcast
Home / NC State News (page 22)

NC State News

Feed Subscription

State ready to go on building repair binge (access required)

Gov. Pat McCrory's administration has decided how it wants to spend millions of dollars to repair and renovate North Carolina government buildings after years of budget pinching. The state budget office described Monday how it wants to spend $90 million the General Assembly earmarked to improve state agency buildings. Lawmakers also voted this year to allocate $60 million to fix University of North Carolina system buildings.

Read More »

Chief: Police spied on Moral Monday protesters (access required)

An undercover officer attended two meetings of the North Carolina chapter of the NAACP held to organize mass protests of the Republican-led state legislature, the city police chief confirmed late Monday.

Read More »

More than 50 new laws in NC include abortion, guns (access required)

North Carolina concealed weapon permit holders will have more leeway to bring their handguns into bars and restaurants and onto school and university property starting Tuesday as all or portions of more than 50 laws approved earlier this year are carried out. Other new laws set for Oct. 1 enactment by the General Assembly will place additional rules on abortions, require new consumer protections when they're billed by hospitals and doctors, and demand higher fees for boat licensing.

Read More »

New NC laws taking effect Oct. 1 (access required)

New laws taking effect Tuesday in North Carolina include prohibition on filing civil actions based on health problems related to food and drink consumption; criminal backround checks for recipients of federal benefits; expanded punishments for sex criminals; and the requirement that carbon monoxide detectors be placed in hotel and motel rooms.

Read More »
Scroll To Top