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Today, the very groups that have been trying to trash North Carolina's economy and reputation have revealed why they're doing it: to help elect Roy Cooper
Government regulation is a subject as dry as the desert sands to most people.
Governor McCrory issued the following statement regarding legislation signed today to restore the right to sue for discrimination in state courts
A divided Supreme Court agreed Wednesday to temporarily block a lower court order that had cleared the way for a transgender male high school student to use the boys' bathroom in a Virginia public school this fall
On July 22, the day after the National Basketball Association announced it would remove Charlotte as the host for its 2017 All-Star Game, the NCAA revealed a plan requiring all future host sites for NCAA-sponsored intercollegiate athletics to verify whether they are subject to "bathroom laws"
Do you want to know why the Left has tried to make North Carolina politics into an "all House Bill 2, all the time" zone? Here are some reasons
The following statement was issued today by Bob Stephens, General Counsel for Governor Pat McCrory
The halfway mark of this event-filled year is a good time to reflect on the first six months in North Carolina. We would say the year's theme to date has been protest
Local media and leftist blogs are drenched in outrage over House Bill 2, which was known as "the Bathroom Bill" until they figured out they needed to focus attention about it somewhere else.
Governor Pat McCrory's office issued the following statement from Press Secretary Graham Wilson regarding the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System's policy to allow students to self-select their gender and self-select restrooms, locker rooms and shower facilities
Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing students and parents at North Carolina public schools and universities filed suit Tuesday against the U.S. departments of Justice and Education.
Alliance Defending Freedom and KeepNCSafe sent a letter to Durham Public Schools Thursday that asks it to reject a proposed policy that would allow children to use bathrooms of the opposite sex
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Jeremy Tedesco regarding guidelines that the Obama administration issued to public schools
Rocker Bruce Springsteen, a.k.a. "The Boss", will not perform in North Carolina as long as the state enacts legislation (HB 2) to protect children from being forced to use bathrooms and locker rooms with people of the opposite sex.
As school districts across North Carolina received new restroom guidelines from the Obama administration based on a new interpretation of federal law
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper called Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, who then began "CEO-arm twisting" by recruiting and coordinating with business leaders, including Deutsche Bank, to inflict economic damage on North Carolina to protest HB2
In a meeting on April 19, the East Carolina University Faculty Senate unanimously passed a resolution of support for the university's nondiscrimination policy in objection to provisions of North Carolina's recent passage of House Bill 2.
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper may be required to reimburse the University of North Carolina system for legal fees it must pay following Cooper's refusal to represent the university in a federal lawsuit over the state's controversial House Bill 2
On Monday afternoon the Charlotte City Council pulled discussion of a possible repeal of its nondiscrimination ordinance, which included a controversial provision allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the gender with which they identify
Republicans across the country have voiced concerns that Donald Trump's likely presidential nomination could harm down-ballot Republican candidates' electoral fortunes
Don't you hate it when you read a story in a newspaper or online, or watch a news report on TV, and the reporter seems to have completely missed the essential question?
Is there any way for the opposing sides debating North Carolina's House Bill 2 to move beyond the current impasse? The odds may be against it
I think that we are losing jobs, we are losing millions of dollars, and we have to make sure that we come together to find a way to get rid of this obstacle that we have put in front of ourselves as a state...
On the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, Attorney General Roy Cooper told a federal court that his office intends to appear on behalf of the State of North Carolina in the lawsuit involving the U.S. Department of Justice
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) issued this statement on the Obama administration's directive ordering all public elementary and secondary schools in America to, among other things, allow boys to use girls' showers, restrooms and locker rooms "as a condition of receiving Federal funds"
In response to the White House admitting it won't cut off federal funds to North Carolina, McCrory Campaign Manager Russell Peck released the following statement
Governor McCrory's communications director Josh Ellis issued the following statement about North Carolina's federal funding
Lieutenant Governor Forest released the following statement on Governor McCrory's lawsuit against the Obama administration
The following quote may be attributed to Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel Kellie Fiedorek regarding the U.S. Department of Justice's threats Wednesday against a North Carolina law that protects the privacy of citizens in government facility and public school restrooms and locker rooms
Governor Pat McCrory issued the following statement in response to the letter received today from the U.S. Department of Justice regarding HB2
After Donald Trump's comments on North Carolina's common sense bathroom privacy law, the McCrory campaign issued the following statement:
Opponents of House Bill 2, popularly known as the "bathroom bill," claim that the legislation has cost jobs in North Carolina, but it may have created at least one
Gov. Pat McCrory on Tuesday issued an executive order expanding equal employment and nondiscrimination rights of state employees to include sexual orientation and gender identification in an attempt to alleviate some of the fallout related to House Bill 2.
Roy Cooper refused to do his job and defend the state of North Carolina by saying it would conflict with his obligation to defend his office's non-discrimination policy
In response to PayPal's corporate hypocrisy and extortion after North Carolina overturned a radical bathroom ordinance pushed by a registered sex offender and passed by the Charlotte City Council, NCGOP Vice-Chairman Michele Nix released the following statement
The General Assembly recently passed a law invalidating a Charlotte ordinance allowing transgender people to use the bathroom of the sex with which they identify
Governor Pat McCrory's office issued the following statement on the ACLU's lawsuit on HB2
North Carolina hospitals argue that dismantling regulations in the state's certificate of need laws would impair their ability to treat indigent patients. A research scholar at George Mason University's Mercatus Center says empirical studies conclude such dire warnings are little more than a...
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
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