Democrats in the Senate are celebrating this important victory for their constituents. However, once again North Carolina Sens. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis failed to show up for North Carolinians and voted against the bill.
According to the proposal, funds to pay for the rebate would come from a $1.3 billion transfer from the state’s anticipated over-collection of $4 billion.
Source: Charlotte Observer While questioning U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen recently, Rep. Alma Adams (D-NC 12) highlighted her concerns regarding corporations that are buying up
Wall Street Companies Snapping Up Houses Across North Carolina Are Killing The American Dream Of Owning A Home
Source: News & Observer According to a recent investigative piece compiled by the Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer, giant Wall Street investment companies
North Carolina has attracted the likes of many global corporations over the years. The Vietnamese electric car manufacturer known as Vinfast chose North Carolina as
Changes could be coming to the way teachers are licensed and paid in North Carolina. The current system for paying teachers in North Carolina is
By: Sarah Ovaska This story originally published at Cardinal & Pine. The United States, and North Carolina, are continuing to see steady improvements in the
By: The Editorial Board The poverty rate for children across the U.S. has surged since the expanded Child Tax Credit ended in December, according to