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We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
It was announced on Tuesday that Mercedes-Benz has decided to move its corporate headquarters from New Jersey to Atlanta, GA, and not to the Raleigh area, as many were hoping. According to this article in the Triangle Business Journal, Georgia offered the company $23 million in corporate welfare...
We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.
Earlier this month the Department of Justice finally released a report summarizing its investigation of the Ferguson, Missouri Police Department. Some have denounced the report as little more than irresponsible race baiting. Others have praised it as a much needed expose of a rogue agency...
As I have previously explained, civil asset forfeiture is an obnoxious legal process that empowers law enforcement agencies to confiscate property they suspect has been used in, or derived from, criminal activity. Part of what makes this process so abhorrent is the fact that, because it is a...
Last week I reported that, based on this quote, the actions of the Governor and many state legislators in pushing new corporate welfare schemes were at odds with the Republican Party Platform. I was wrong. Shortly after my newsletter went out, I received an email telling me that, in the latest...
Suppose there was an academic center focused on issues of poverty, work, and opportunity. Suppose this center pledged to "examine innovative and practical ideas" for moving people out of poverty. Suppose its leadership was interested not in raising their own profiles, but in honestly upholding...
While the world looks quite different than it did in March 1965 during their first official meeting, East Carolina University's Faculty Senate still convenes to guide university policy exactly as it did back then.
The 11th Annual Youth Arts Festival brought children of all ages to campus March 28 despite cold, damp weather that moved the festival inside the Jenkins Fine Arts Building.
Researchers from East Carolina University, N.C. State University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Coastal Studies Institute will begin work this summer on a project that could derive energy from coastal waters while also cleaning wastewater.
In recognition of National Public Health Week April 6 - 10, East Carolina University will present a series of events that will draw public health professionals from across North Carolina.
With close to 5,000 guests in attendance for Pirates Aboard! Admitted Student Day, campus was buzzing with activity on March 28. Future students and their families spent the day gathering information from financial aid, orientation, and campus life, touring campus and residence halls and engaging in
Dr. Grant Hayes has been named dean and distinguished professor of the College of Education at East Carolina University.
One week before they found out where they were headed to complete residency as doctors-in-training, the Brody School of Medicine's Class of 2015 had only others' futures on their minds.
The four donors and recipients involved in a recent kidney exchange at Vidant Medical Center met all together for the first time March 27 on the medical center campus.
Jeff Zyburt's virtual reality goggles helped him experience the sensation of steering a military vehicle down a dusty road in a combat zone.
East Carolina University generates $2.8 billion for North Carolina's economy - dollars that make a mark on the state, eastern North Carolina, and our local area.
Efforts to resolve the critical channel maintenance issues at the Port of Morehead City reached a major milestone when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded a contract for maintenance dredging.
After a series of demonstratively tough weeks, the hits just keep on coming, faster and faster as if a spinning top, reeling from the negative inertia.
Governor McCrory's Office of Small and Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB), within the Department of Administration, will host a special networking and matchmaking event tomorrow, March 26, 5 8 p.m. at NC State University's McKimmon Conference Center in Raleigh.
You don't have to watch House of Cards on Netflix to witness political drama, intrigue and raw power plays.
For as long as I've been working in the higher education policy world, people have been talking about the prospects for a breakout for distance learning (i.e., online courses) and how that would transform higher education.
Any conversation about campus rape policy will more than likely feature the following positions. One argument, often made by feminists and victim advocates, is that we need more guidance and support for victims. The other, expressed by due process advocates, contends that universities are unfair...
When folks talk about poverty in schools, they typically reference the number of students who receive a free or reduced price lunch (FRL), which means that I often need to consult FRL statistics published annually by the N.C. Department of Public Instruction (DPI). But reviewing last year's data...
Senate Majority Leader Harry Brown (R-Onslow) introduced legislation on Monday to reform the state sales tax system. The state levies a 4.75 percent sales tax, while counties levy an additional two percent. The two percent is the focus of the bill, and is currently composed of three different...
A new study this week estimated that North Carolina's Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standards (RPS) has increased electricity costs by $276 million, and that the bulk of those costs are concentrated on commercial electricity consumers and residential consumers...
It's been a little over one week since the House filed HB 200, which would loosen up the state's Certificate of Need (CON) law - a regulatory burden requiring medical providers to ask permission from the state and their competitors before expanding their businesses.
Six months ago, three of North Carolina's leading health systems announced plans to create a new company, owned by all three organizations, with the goal of working together to improve quality and affordability for patients across the state. Today, Vidant Health, Wake Forest Baptist Medical...
A three-judge panel of the state Court of Appeals has scheduled oral arguments for April 6 in a high-profile case pitting the public's access to official records against government attempts to suppress information from public view.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Congresswoman Renee Ellmers (R-NC-02) today met with Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James to discuss the future of the 440th Airlift Wing at Pope Airfield
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) today announced he is an original co-sponsor of the Prioritizing Veterans' Access to Mental Health Care Act. The bill was introduced by Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA), and Tillis joins Senators Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and John Cornyn (R-TX) as original co-sponsors.
Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) today issued the following statement on the five-year anniversary President Obama signed ObamaCare into law.
I remember, along with older folks, the days of youth when time dragged by. You looked at your grandparents as so old and wise. You wanted to do the things they did and, with my Granddaddy Williams, drive the pickup and tractor. His farm in Pickens County, SC, was the land of my dreams and wonder
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Charles M. "Casey" Viser of Mecklenburg County for a Special Superior Court Judgeship. The seat was formerly held by Special Superior Court Judge Martin McGee.
Governor McCrory hosted a recognition reception for organizers, volunteers, and sponsors of the North Carolina State Employees Combined Campaign (SECC) today.
Governor Pat McCrory has nominated Michael L. "Mike" Robinson of Forsyth County to become a Business Court Judge.
To the extent that Roy Cooper has a reasonable chance of defeating Gov. Pat McCrory for reelection, it's because many of his fellow Democrats failed in their efforts to change the electoral process in 1980s and early 1990s.
Public school superintendents have been in the news lately, and it's not been flattering. Desperate to move on from the contentious tenure of Superintendent Katie McGee, the Brunswick County Board of Education hired Edward Pruden in 2010 at a salary of $159,400 a year. Late last year, the school...
A U.S. Supreme Court decision that many opponents of restrictive occupational licensing rules saw as a victory for small-scale entrepreneurs may wind up being a setback, as the General Assembly's Program Evaluation Division wants to create an Occupational Licensing Commission to supervise...
Countering arguments that Medicaid expansion would benefit North Carolina's economy, a new report from the national group State Budget Solutions estimates that expansion actually would lead to a $6.4 billion hit in future personal income growth.