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As North Carolina's Medicaid officials tour the state for input about reform, they're likely to get some skepticism.
The North Carolina NAACP will continue its 1960s style sit-in protests at the General Assembly on Monday.
House Roll-Call Votes HB 26 _ Vehicle Theft Penalties: Strengthens the laws protecting against the theft of vehicles for disassembly and resale of parts and assists law enforcement in the investigation of organized criminal activity associated with the theft of vehicles.
Ramsey is accused of failing to file North Carolina Individual Income Tax Returns for tax years 2009, 2010, and 2011, according to information from the N.C. Department of Revenue.
North Carolina General Assembly leaders want to direct state agencies to tame the growth of Medicaid in their upcoming budget proposal.
A tax code overhaul plan unveiled by House Republicans puts them at odds with Senate counterparts on how many transactions should be subject to North Carolina's sales tax.
House Republicans offered their own North Carolina tax overhaul plan Thursday that would reduce personal and corporate income tax rates and expand the sales tax to cover more services.
In North Carolina, where the overall unemployment rate was 9.2 percent in the fourth quarter of 2012 , African American families continue to bear the brunt of that economic pain.
Socially conservative issues ranging from contraception access to the application of Islamic Sharia law were debated in the North Carolina General Assembly on Wednesday ahead of a critical deadline to keep bills alive this year.
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NOTE: Posting will be light this week as the Institute for Southern Studies moves to its new offices at MDC in downtown Durham.
Legislation that attempts to prevent people from suing North Carolina food manufacturers, sellers and advertisers by claiming their products made them overweight has passed one General Assembly chamber.
The Coast Guard is investigating an incident yesterday involving the Southport-Fort Fisher Ferry, according to the North Carolina Department of Transportation.
The North Carolina health agency leaders driving a plan to have private companies run a big chunk of the state's $13 billion a year Medicaid program are pressing their case to the public.