Good Morning, wonder what we’d be thinking if those oil platforms were out there in the hurricane’s path.
More than triple the number of teachers are leaving North Carolina to teach in other states now, compared to 2010.
Good Morning, big winds and soggy ground are a devastating combo. Most of the state is under a flood watch. Could get rough. Stay safe, everybody.
Certain provisions in the new “Protect North Carolina Workers Act” restrict forms of identification for non-citizens and ban counties and municipalities from having “sanctuary city” policies that limit enforcement of immigration laws. In an article from this week, the Charlotte Observer unravels the hefty act and some of its sneaky provisions. Charlotte Observer – Immigration […]
Elections, Politics, & Policy:
The plot thickens. The night before House Speaker John Boehner announced his resignation from Congress by the end of October, The Hill reported … More
Bob Hall, director of the political watchdog group Democracy North Carolina, released a statement Friday, blasting a last-minute addition by … More
Here's the conference report on H765, the Regulatory Reform Act of 2015, released on Thursday, September 24. Adoption of the report is on the Senate … More
People are unhappy about the new budget. Many are upset about the cuts to sustainable energy, state employees and Planned Parenthood. Here's a rundown … More
Richard Burr finally has a declared challenger for his U.S. Senate seat. Second-term Spring Lake Mayor and self-described "centrist Democrat" Chris … More
As Donald Trump gains traction in the polls, so do his radical views including his particularly controversial one on immigration. When taking a deeper … More