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“This new approach to funding transportation projects will accelerate the seamless movement of people, goods, and services to create jobs and attract industry to North Carolina.”“Build N.C. is another important step to get politics out of highway funding and address the strain put on our infrastructure by a rapidly growing population. As our state’s population expands,…

The state House of Representatives voted to override a budget veto by Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday and delivered pay raises for teachers, law enforcement officers and most state employees, $60 million in disaster relief to victims of Hurricane Matthew, a record savings reserve, and tax relief for families and businesses in North Carolina. “Today’s veto override…

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Roy Cooper vetoed a commonsense, fiscally-responsible budget that prioritized the citizens and economic future of North Carolina. Roy Cooper vetoed pay raises for teachers (2nd consecutive veto of teacher raises), principals, state employees, correctional officers, and state troopers. Roy Cooper vetoed additional funding to help the victims of Hurricane Matthew recover, funding for school safety,…