House Rules Chairman Responds to Supreme Court Decision on Congressional Redistricting

House Rules Chairman Responds to Supreme Court Decision on Congressional Redistricting

May. 22, 2017 by

North Carolina House Rules Chairman David Lewis (R-Harnett) released a statement Monday in response to the U.S. Supreme Court upholding an appeals court ruling that required the state General Assembly to redraw its 1st and 12th Congressional district maps: “North

Did AG Josh Stein Deny North Carolinians Integrity at the Ballot Box?

Did AG Josh Stein Deny North Carolinians Integrity at the Ballot Box?

May. 15, 2017 by

On Monday, the United State Supreme Court denied the petition for a writ of certiorari in North Carolina, et al. v. North Carolina Conference of the NAACP. This case centered on the North Carolina Voter ID law passed in 2013.

Pro-Jobs Restaurant Reform Passes North Carolina House

Pro-Jobs Restaurant Reform Passes North Carolina House

May. 12, 2017 by

A jobs bill allowing North Carolina restaurants to serve customers from outdoor grills passed the state House of Representatives on Thursday by a 113-0 vote. Senate Bill 24 Allow Restaurants to Use Outdoor Grills is sponsored by Sen. Tom McInnis

House Leaders Support Lower Taxes and  Cooper’s “Change of Attitude

House Leaders Support Lower Taxes and Cooper’s “Change of Attitude

May. 10, 2017 by

House Finance leaders emphasized support for lowering taxes statewide in a press conference Wednesday, noting Gov. Roy Cooper had a “change of attitude” this week whether tax cuts can attract jobs to North Carolina. Gov. Roy Cooper announced a $40

House Leaders Support Lower Taxes and  Cooper’s “Change of Attitude

House Leaders Support Lower Taxes and Cooper’s “Change of Attitude

May. 10, 2017 by

House Finance leaders emphasized support for lowering taxes statewide in a press conference Wednesday, noting Gov. Roy Cooper had a “change of attitude” this week whether tax cuts can attract jobs to North Carolina. Gov. Roy Cooper announced a $40

Gov. Cooper Breaks Campaign Promise to Middle-Class Families

Gov. Cooper Breaks Campaign Promise to Middle-Class Families

May. 10, 2017 by

Governor Roy Cooper must have forgotten his campaign promise yesterday when he handed out $40 MILLION of North Carolina taxpayers’ hard-earned money to a global bank – Credit Suisse. Here is the promise straight from Roy Cooper’s campaign website: “Corporate

We Truly Appreciate Our Teachers

We Truly Appreciate Our Teachers

May. 9, 2017 by

NC House Republicans truly value the dedication to our children demonstrated by our teachers. Contrary to the propaganda perpetrated by out-of-state labor unions and Democrats, our budgets offered teachers their first significant raise in years – 7% or more than

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Apr. 28, 2017 by

Moody’s Investors Service praised a new North Carolina law this week that strengthens the state’s billion-dollar Savings Reserve Account, calling mandatory and discretionary transfers to the rainy day fund “credit positive” commitments. Moody’s is one of three large agencies that

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Apr. 28, 2017 by

Moody’s Investors Service praised a new North Carolina law this week that strengthens the state’s billion-dollar Savings Reserve Account, calling mandatory and discretionary transfers to the rainy day fund “credit positive” commitments. Moody’s is one of three large agencies that

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Moody’s Praises New North Carolina Law: “Boost to Rainy Day Fund is Credit Positive”

Apr. 28, 2017 by

Moody’s Investors Service praised a new North Carolina law this week that strengthens the state’s billion-dollar Savings Reserve Account, calling mandatory and discretionary transfers to the rainy day fund “credit positive” commitments. Moody’s is one of three large agencies that