Gov. Roy Cooper visited Charlotte recently to kick off closing the digital divide for people living in affordable housing thanks to an FCC Grant of
Students and young farmworkers from across the state are condemning the discriminatory House Bill 10, which would require sheriffs to cooperate with Immigration and Customs
Greater Carolina released a study suggesting that Virginia casinos could gain up to $259 million annually from North Carolina residents.
NC Democrats Introduce Bill Providing Paid Family and Medical Leave, $15 Minimum Wage, Child Tax Credits, and More
House Bill 569, also known as the “Working Families Act,” would address topics such as paid family and medical leave, affordable housing, affordable child care, child tax credits and the minimum wage.
NC Democrats, Advocates Push Back Against Republicans’ Attempts to Accelerate Elimination of Corporate Income Tax
At 2.5%, North Carolina already has the lowest corporate income tax rate of the 44 states that have such a tax, according to the Tax Foundation.
The increase would be the first in more than a decade, and the governor’s proposal added a $91 million change in how the state’s unemployment system is financed that’s meant to boost job training programs.
More North Carolinians will have access to job opportunities after Gov. Roy Cooper issued an executive order for state job openings to no longer require higher education degrees.
On March 1, Lanceford Ross Williams was shot and killed on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Greensboro. Those who knew him personally remember his big smile and larger-than-life personality that lit up the streets of downtown Greensboro.
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.