McCrory signs bill for partisan court elections December 16th, 2016

Special Matthew Session Unneeded October 14th, 2016

Study to Pinpoint Counties Ability to Pay for School Construction August 22nd, 2016

House Leader Hager Steps Down August 16th, 2016

McCrory Continues Criticism of Coal Ash Warnings August 11th. 2016

Blue Alert Will Aid in Search for Those Who Assault Police July 25th, 2016

Senate Leader Creates New Fundraising Committee July 20th, 2016

Apodoca Resigns from Senate Seat July 15th, 2016

McCrory Signs State Budget July 14th, 2016

And thats a Wrap July 1st, 2016

Lawmakers Approve Easing Coal Ash Law June 30th, 2016

Edeucation Tops Debate During First Senate Budget Vote June 28th, 2016

State Budget Cuts Income Taes, Raises Teacher and State Worker Salaries June 27th, 2016

Newton Wants to Restore NC Sex Offender Rules June 16th, 2016

Senate Wants Schools to Offer Two Math Curricula June 9th, 2016

Senate GOP Pitches Teacher Raise Plan May 25th, 2016

Senate Panel Cautious on Kratom Ban May 17th 2016

Bill would make it easier for retired K-9s, police horses to stay with handlers May 16th, 2016

House Raises Penalties for Drunk Boating May 12th, 2016

McCrory, lawmakers want courts to declare HB2 doesn’t discriminate May 9th, 2016


McCrory proposes $22.3B state budget April 22nd, 2016

McCrory pushes back against HB2 criticism April 4th, 2016

Special Session on Charlotte Bathrooms Possible March 3rd, 2016

Why New Districts May Change Who You Elect February 23rd, 2016

Lawmakers Work to Redraw Congressional Maps, Delay Elections February 18th, 2016

One-third of state legislative seats will be uncontested in 2016 January 1st, 2016

Tanning, Liquor, Abortion and Other Laws in Effect October 1st, 2015

Lawmakers Leave after Last Minute Changes September 30th, 2015

Renewable Energy Critics Sound Off September 11th, 2015

North Carolina Lawmakers Work Through Holiday on Budget September 7th, 2015

Fellow Cumberland County Legislator Leaves House August 27th, 2015

NC Senate budget proposal would shift tax revenue to poorer counties August 6th, 2015

Nick Tennyson named Secretary of Transportation August 6th, 2015

Senate Offers Reworked Medicaid Plan August 6th, 2015

Lawmakers Pass Bill to Standardize Gun Permit Process July 27th, 2015

Upholding Opportunity Scholarships July 24th, 2015

Autism Insurance Coverage nears Passage June 30th, 2015

North Carolina DMV issues 1,000 no-fee voter ID cards ahead of 2016 June 24th, 2015

McCrory to Sign Abortion Bill June 6th, 2015

Senate Approves Juvenile Justice Reforms May 13th, 2015

Senate Approves Teen Tanning Bed Ban May 13th, 2015

North Carolina to End Year with Surplus May 6th, 2015

Report: Fracking Fluid Consists Almost Entirely of Water, Sand August 28, 2014

The Coal-Ash Chapter Ends Fairly Well in NC August 26, 2014

Fayetteville Ranked #3 Fasting Recovering City from the Recession August 24, 2014

Per Person Consumer Spending Showed the 6th Highest Rise in North Carolina August 8, 2014

McCrory Signs the Budget Bill August 8, 2014

Victims of Forced Sterilization Qualify for Payment August 8, 2014

Budget Approved August 2, 2014

The State of Medicaid in North Carolina July 10, 2014

Credit for Military Training July 10, 2014

The Privilege License Tax June 21, 2014

One Pa. Farmer’s Experience with Natural Gas Drilling May 21, 2014

Senator Tillman on Common Core May 2, 2014

Panel Finalizes Rules on Natural Gas Drilling April April 17, 2014

North Carolina Retains ‘AAA’ Credit Rating April 8, 2014

The Sanford Herald on Environmental Activist Ads April 6, 2014

WRAL Fact Check on the Fracking Crew Ads March 25, 2014

Local Leaders Plot Strategy for Keeping 440th Airlift Wing at Fort Bragg  March 24, 2014

NC Workers Make Above Average Gains Feb 24, 2014

Opinion Article on Public Information Requests Feb 12, 2014

Fayetteville Observer on Wages January 31, 2014

Cumberland County Political Update January 27, 2014

Senator Rucho on Voter ID January 24, 2014

Cumberland County Political Update January 13, 2014

Political Outlook January 5, 2014