New campaign fundraising numbers give NC Democrats hope of flipping a US House seat

October 22nd, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Rep. George Holding, a Republican from Raleigh, represents more than 700,000 North Carolinians in Congress in District 2. But in the last three months, only one of those residents has … Click to Continue »

With Census citizenship question in limbo, here’s how it could affect the Carolinas

June 27th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

The Trump administration’s plan to add a citizenship question on the 2020 Census was thrown into limbo Thursday by the nation’s highest court. In its ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court … Click to Continue »

Rep. David Lewis comments on Supreme Court ruling

June 27th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Rep. David Lewis of Dunn, N.C. addresses the Supreme Court ruling on gerrymandering and says he is open to discussions about drawing the next maps for 2021 … Click to Continue »

Fact check: Did GOP candidate cast the deciding vote on the ‘born alive’ bill?

May 8th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Gov. Roy Cooper recently vetoed a bill that would place new penalties on any medical professional who willingly allows infants to die if they survived an abortion. Cooper and most … Click to Continue »

Top NC Democrat faces ethics complaint over work for Duke Energy, Atlantic Coast Pipeline

May 8th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

The top Democrat in the North Carolina Senate is facing accusations that Duke Energy is paying him as he helps advance the utility company’s legislative agenda. A formal ethics complaint … Click to Continue »

Drone video shows teachers marching in downtown Raleigh

May 1st, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Check out drone video of N.C. teachers marching up Fayetteville Street to the Legislature in downtown Raleigh, NC May 1, 2019. … Click to Continue »

Raw video: NC teachers begin march on Legislature in Raleigh

May 1st, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Check out raw video of NC teachers marching up Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh, NC on their way to rally at the Legislature Wednesday morning, May 1, 2019. … Click to Continue »

The first draft of North Carolina’s budget was just released

April 29th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

The North Carolina House of Representatives released its budget Monday night, setting the stage for a debate over how to spend billions of dollars over the next two years. Many … Click to Continue »

How many school counselors is enough? Berger and NCAE hotly debate issue ahead of May 1 march.

April 29th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

Senate leader Phil Berger is dismissing the goal of reaching a nationally recommended standard for school counselors, leading to groups supporting Wednesday’s mass teacher protest to say he’s ignoring the … Click to Continue »

Telemarketers who spoof phone numbers would face state fines under NC bill

April 25th, 2019 by NCTP Feed Categories: Feed, News No Responses

If you’ve gotten a call from a telemarketer that you only answered because you thought it was someone else, a proposal in the state House would penalize those callers for … Click to Continue »