State Rep. Holly Grange jumped into the 2020 governor’s race Thursday, announcing a long-rumored run and giving Republicans a second candidate in the race.
A narrow majority of U.S. Supreme Court justices Thursday ruled that the question of whether lawmakers violate the Constitution when they draw political maps to explicitly benefit the party in power is “beyond the reach of the federal courts.”
Sen. Dan Blue’s family law firm does work for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Here’s what’s going on at the General Assembly on Wednesday, May 1.
Dozens of companies are against the measure over concerns of higher electricity rates.
State House lawmakers made quick work Monday night of measures that would tighten sexual assault laws and impose mandatory jail time for killing someone by driving while impaired, either in a land vehicle or a boat.
Legislation adjusting the state’s domestic violence protection order law cleared a House committee Monday after lawmakers narrowly defeated a proposal to give judges more discretion to order defendants in domestic violence cases to surrender their guns and ammunition.
Vote will be close, may come down to a Pitt County Democrat.
Bill from NC Speaker of the House to stop caller ID tricks from telemarketers.
Governor, DHHS Secretary Dr. Mandy Cohen huddle with rural hospital executives as House prepares to unveil state budget.