It is the first amendment right of citizens to be included in decisions and conversations held by government bodies. This right makes the accessibility of government meetings most important, especially in chaotic instances, such as a state of emergency.
RALEIGH — It’s irresponsible of some politicians to use faith to lure people into endangering themselves, their family, and their own congregation, Gov. Roy Cooper said during a Friday, April 17, news conference.
RALEIGH — Lawmakers shifted their focus away from the coronavirus surge for the first time during the Tuesday, April 14, meeting of the House Committee on COVID-19 Health Care Working Group.
RALEIGH — Flags and signs. “Seven Nation Army” and “Smoke on the Water” blaring from speakers in the bed of a pickup. Car horns blaring and Harleys revving.
As the number of new coronavirus cases continues to increase in North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper issued a stay-at-home order for the entire state, effective 5 p.m. Monday, March 30.
A sweeping management plan that will guide the future of the Pisgah and Nantahala national forests is in the final public input phase of a drawn-out multi-year process, and public opinions are being sought.
RALEIGH – North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has directed all health benefit plans licensed by the N.C. Department of Insurance to allow for extra prescriptions as a result of the state of emergency declared by Governor Roy Cooper.