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Last week, the North Carolina Department of Commerce released their jobs figures for the 2019 jobs cycle. The results confirm what we already know: The Republican-led reforms of our business climate are working. From December 2018 – December 2019, the number of employed North Carolinians increased by 137,509. The unemployment rate held strong at 3.7%,…

NC Speaker Tim Moore called for the resignation of Bladen County Board of Elections Chairwoman Louella Thompson after she threatened to arrest citizens for reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at a board meeting earlier this month. This troubling news comes just one month after Chairwoman Thompson was already reprimanded by the State Board of Elections…

The state House of Representatives approved legislation on Tuesday to increase the amount of scholarship funds available to children of wartime veterans attending a higher education institution in North Carolina. Senate Bill 560 Scholarships for Children of Wartime Veterans provides $2.4 million in additional, annually recurring funds for room and tuition expenses to students receiving a…