The North Carolina House of Representatives approved its third veto override of Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, preserving legislation to improve North Carolina’s judicial branch by allowing a streamlined Court of Appeals to share its caseload with the state Supreme
A proposed constitutional amendment to strengthen protections for working North Carolinians against forced unionization passed the House of Representatives by a 75 – 44 vote on Tuesday. House Bill 819 Protect Right to Work Constitutional Amendment is sponsored by Rep.
Students in North Carolina high schools and middle schools could take computer coding as a course elective under legislation approved by the state House of Representatives on Tuesday. House Bill 534 Computer Coding Course Elective passed 120-0 and is sponsored
North Carolina will maintain bipartisan oversight of campaign finance, lobbying and ethics investigations following a successful veto override of Gov. Roy Cooper by the state House of Representatives on Senate Bill 68 Bipartisan Board of Elections and Ethics Enforce. “Gov.
The state House of Representatives passed House Bill 646 ApprenticeshipNC on Monday by a 111-6 vote, addressing a growing demand for skilled workers with legislation to help train North Carolina students for high-paying jobs. Sponsored by Rep. Susan Martin (R-Wilson),
Remember when Governor Cooper stated, “Judges make tough decisions on child abuse, divorce, property disputes, drunk driving, domestic violence and other issues that should be free from politics.” After all of Governor Cooper’s empty rhetoric about politics having no place
Ensuring that every citizens’ constitutional right to vote is protected at the ballot box has been and will continue to be a top priority of North Carolina House Republicans. Democrats, including current Governor Roy Cooper, continue to fight these common-sense
Senate Leader Phil Berger and House Speaker Tim Moore responded Friday to Gov. Roy Cooper’s vetoes of House Bill 239, which improves efficiency in the N.C. Court of Appeals by reducing the number of justices to align with a reduction
The North Carolina House of Representatives passed House Bill 68 BRIGHT Futures Act on Thursday by a 109-8 vote, approving legislation to connect rural residents of the state to broadband services and help underserved regions attract economic development opportunities of
Rep. Brian Turner, a Democrat from Asheville, voted against legislation to protect free speech on the campuses of North Carolina’s universities. House Bill 527 aimed to “restore and preserve free speech on campuses of the constituent institutions of the University