If you thought that perhaps things had changed and utilities companies had made improvements since last year’s cold snap resulted in rolling blackouts on Christmas Eve in North Carolina, well, you would be wrong.
State Attorney General Josh Stein announced days before Thanksgiving that he had won a court order against Prehired, a student loan company, that will give 22 North Carolinians justice – and debt relief, WITN reported.
Last week, North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein filed a lawsuit against Flowers Flooring in Cornelius for allegedly defrauding North Carolinians. According to the lawsuit, the flooring company accepted payments for materials that were never delivered or floor installations that were not started or completed.
‘People Are Just Angry’: Hundreds of Guilford County Schools’ Nutrition Workers Go On Strike Over Wages
Many Guilford County Schools’ cafeteria workers walked off the job and went on strike for several days last week as they demanded higher wages after rejecting a new payment proposal by the district, Triad City Beat reported.
Earlier this month, Rockingham County officials responded to a lawsuit that was filed over a proposed site for a Las Vegas-style casino resort that was approved by county commissioners who seemingly tried hiding the rezoning plan from residents for months, WGHP reported.
North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein joined the United States’ civil antitrust lawsuit against Agri Stats, Inc. for collaborating with chicken, pork, and turkey processors to artificially inflate food prices.
North Carolina is the next battleground state for America’s second most important race… best regional gas station.
Electric vehicle ownership in North Carolina has surged in the last two years. According to the Independent Tribune, North Carolina has over 70,000 registered electric vehicles as drivers across the state have taken advantage of EV-related tax credits included in the federal Inflation Reduction Act.
According to NC Republicans, “Separation of Church and State” Only Applies to Non-Christian Religious Groups
Historically, the Republican-controlled NC state legislature has included millions for fake abortion clinics in our state budgets, and after months of delays, the newly passed state budget for 2023-24 is no different. Nearly $26 million in funding is headed to a variety of religious organizations, including direct grants to specific churches as well as even more funding for fake abortion clinics often called “crisis pregnancy centers”.
Some of the year’s hottest weather occurred throughout the summer in North Carolina, with temperatures reaching high 90s and heat indexes pushing over 110. The extreme heat is a risk for workers across the state, especially as North Carolina has little to no regulations to protect workers.