North Carolina's government got back up to speed Thursday with the federal shutdown now ended and federal funds for welfare, health and child care programs flowing back to the states.Read More »
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North Carolina's government suspended a welfare program for the unemployed and underemployed Monday because there was no guarantee the federal government would reimburse the state for benefits until the partial shutdown in Washington ends.Read More »
North Carolina state government announced Thursday night it will resume issuing benefits to poor women and their children through a federally funded program, two days after announcing the U.S. government shutdown would force their suspension.Read More »
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 »
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.
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