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Stephen Wiley Jun 25
Big news in this morning. While Gov. Cooper’s comms staff were throwing a very public tantrum about legislative leaders not meeting with the Governor, Cooper was out of state and didn’t notify Lt. Gov. Forest
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Travis Fain Jun 25
Let me give you a quick rundown of what’s happening today in , and what happened while I was out on vacation: Everything but the SCOTUS gerrymandering decision.
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Rep. John Bell 12h
The has officially signed my bill giving schools the option to sell beer & wine at athletic games into law! Great news for our universities, fans and local economies! 🍻⚾️🏀🏈🍺
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Lt. Gov. Dan Forest Jun 24
I was honored to join today for the biggest healthcare announcement in years. The “Patients First” Executive Order will improve price and quality transparency, all while driving down costs and empowering patients with information to make better decisions.
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Senator Sam Searcy Jun 20
Breaking: Republicans have just filed a bill to force North Carolina taxpayers to fund a Government bailout for rural hospitals. These taxpayer dollars could be saved if we just expand Medicaid in the budget
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David R Lewis 6h
These are two of the greatest people I know. Proud to call them friends and thankful they serve our great state.
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Dan Bishop 18h
Sanctuary policies are putting Americans across the country at risk. It’s time to enforce the law & end the protection of criminals NOW. | ICE releases list of accused murderers, rapists protected under state's sanctuary law |
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David S. Capen Jun 13
FACT CHECK: Kasich said the first 7 yrs would cost $13B and spending would help solve their opioid epidemic. In 5 yrs, Medicaid expansion has cost OH taxpayers more than $19B. Ohio’s drug overdose death rate continued to climb. $6B cost differential, proved ineffective.
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Shannon Watts Jun 12
Police said Hicks fatally shot the three Muslim students in 2015 at an apartment near the University of North Carolina over a parking dispute. He was not charged with a hate crime, incensing victims' relatives who say Hicks had taunted the victims previously.
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David R Lewis Jun 8
Wow! If we get many more people at the Convention, we may need to move to This is amazing! Tons of excitement. If this doesn’t break attendance records, I’ll be surprised.
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Elise Yost Jun 5
Here’s a list of the NC House Dems who just voted against protections for babies who have ALREADY BEEN BORN under the guise of “reproductive rights.” Remember their names.
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NC Senate Democrats Jun 12
SB 377: where Republicans suggest they know better than the US military on how to protect the US military from wind farms.
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Colin Campbell Jun 17
New legislation for the 2020 Republican National Convention (in House Rules right now) would allow alcohol to be served until 4 a.m. at bars and restaurants everywhere in Mecklenburg Co. and its neighboring counties during the convention
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Hailey Barringer Jun 24
It’s always a good day when you get to hear from pros such as these.
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Stephen Wolf Jun 18
I, too, would be flipping out if the people trying to stop me from stealing from the people's cookie jar obtained documents detailing all the ways I stole from public cookie jars over the years
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Tim Boyum Jun 14
NEW: Fmr State Treasurer Richard Moore tells me he has met with and and is considering a run for U.S. Senate--no timetable on a decision.
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Josh Lawson Jun 15
Joining on this Monday. What do y’all want to know about voting systems, elections security, efforts to ?
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Jennifer Cohn Jun 24
Puhleeze. Foreigners are NOT the only threat. When will they ask ES&S about the convicted American embezzler that ES&S’s founder hired to program voting machines for Diebold, which ES&S acquired in 2009? His crimes involved computer tampering. 1/
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Cristel Orrand Jun 12
Voting Rights People's Hearing. In 2011 Rucho, Lewis & Hofeller drew our 3 district maps that were struck for racial gerrymandering, 3 new under suit for partisan G. Census determines redistricting- Hofeller added that citizenship Q. It's intentional.
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Michael Li 李之樸 Jun 9
Sometime in the next three weeks, SCOTUS will handing down decisions in the NC & MD partisan gerrymandering cases. So how might the cases come out? Some thoughts - with the caveat that these come with a big dose of 🤷🏻‍♂️ 1/
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