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Senate leader wants counties to make call on reopening barbershops hair salons May 15 2020 by Charlotte Media Group Leave a Comment By Jason Schaumburg (The Center Square) – N C Senate Leader Phil Berger continued to denounce Gov Roy Cooper's reopening restrictions May 13 calling on the governor to allow barbershops and hair

ia Election Fallout: Dems Cave On Confiscation

Governor Ralph Northam (D ) and incoming Senate majority leader Dick Saslaw (D ) said they will no longer pursue their marquee plan to ban the possession of "assault weapons " Instead they will include a provision to allow ians to keep the firearms they already own The reversal comes before the newly elected Democratic majority has even been sworn in after a majority of the state

North Carolina Senate

The North Carolina Senate is the upper chamber of the North Carolina General Assembly which along with the North Carolina House of Representatives—the lower chamber—comprises the legislature of the North Carolina The Senate's prerogatives and powers are similar to those of the other house the House of Representatives Its members do however represent districts that are larger than

U S Senate: George Clinton 4th Vice President (1805

Clinton emerged as their leader in 1770 when he defended a member of the Sons of Liberty imprisoned for seditious libel by the royalist majority that still controlled the New York assembly He was a delegate to the second Continental Congress in 1775 where a fellow delegate observed that Clinton has Abilities but is silent in general and wants (when he does speak) that Influence to which

Power to the Person

But since the mid-2000s under the leadership of Pelosi Schumer and former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid the notion that voters should choose their own nominees has become an anachronism Schumer made his bones in the Senate by chairing the DSCC during his first term in the 2005-2006 cycle making good use of his home-state ties to Wall Street

Alabama Legislature will return to session May 4

The Alabama Legislature plans to return to its regular session beginning May 4 after postponing the session in March amid the COVID-19 outbreak Alabama House Speaker Mac McCutcheon and Senate President Pro Tempore Del Marsh said Thursday that the Legislature will resume meetings on May 4 and will likely continue meeting until May 18 the []

All About Redistricting

Why does it matter? The location of district lines decide which voters vote for which representative Changing the lines will change the relevant voters and can change the identity allegiance and political priorities of a district's representative and of the legislative delegation as a whole

Senate leader wants North Carolina counties to make call

The North Carolina Division of Employment Security reported through Tuesday that 1 1 million unemployment claims have been filed since March 15 but only 44 percent – 494 251 claims – have been paid I am pushing Employment Security to go faster Cooper said at a news briefing Tuesday This is a nationwide problem because you're talking about a system in North Carolina that was handling

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North Carolina Creates Nation's First Statewide Infrastructure Connecting Healthcare and Human Services: NCCARE360 Now in All 100 Counties to Help North Carolina Respond to and Recover from COVID-19 – Through a public-private partnership North Carolina has created the nation's first statewide technology platform NCCARE360 to coordinate whole-person care uniting traditional healthcare

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North Carolina Senate North Carolina General Assembly Raleigh North Carolina Phil Berger President Pro Tempore The Senate consists of 50 members who serve a term of two years The Lieutenant Governor is President of the Senate and presides over the daily session The Lieutenant Governor is elected by the citizens of North Carolina for a four-year term and has no vote in the Senate

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On Senate Floor Portman Voices Frustration Over Lawlessness Co-opting Peaceful Demonstrations Across the Country Thursday July 2 2020 On Senate Floor Portman Discusses Wins for Ohio and Nation in Senate FY2021 NDAA Thursday July 2 2020 Washington D C 448 Russell Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510 Phone: 202-224-3353 Cincinnati OH 312 Walnut Street Room

The North Carolina fracking boom that didn't happen

North Carolina's Oil and Gas Commission returns to work today for the first time in two years Whatever resources were underground when the commission was last in business have gone untapped so that the same resources remain buried today Above ground however things are very different Once expected to join to join the fracking boom North Carolina is now farther away from taking the

Indiana General Assembly 2020 Session

The Senate has adjourned Sine Die House of Representatives The House of Representatives has adjourned Sine Die Interim Committees The calendar to the right shows when Interim Committees are meeting or you can click here to see a list of all the Interim Committee meetings that have been scheduled Notices 2020 Indiana Code The 2020 Indiana Code is now available online This version

The Founding Fathers: North Carolina

Back in North Carolina Martin returned to the state senate in 1804 and 1805 to represent Rockingham County In 1805 he once again served as speaker From 1790 until 1807 he was a trustee of the University of North Carolina Martin never married and he died on November 2 1807 at the age of 67 at his plantation Danbury in Rockingham County and was buried on the estate

North Carolina State Facts – 50States

Students at a Wilson County school petitioned the North Carolina General Assembly for the establishment of the sweet potato as the official state vegetable Harker's Island hosts the annual Core Sound Decoy Festival in December Morehead City is home to the North Carolina Seafood Festival held the first weekend in October every year The World War II battleship 'North Carolina' is

Republican Senate candidates address forum in Muscle

07 07 2020Saturday February 15 Republican U S Senate candidates were in Muscle Shoals for a candidates forum sponsored by the Conservative Leadership Conference Former U S Senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania) was the moderator of the event Speaking on the recently failed impeachment effort against the President Santorum said "All of this was a show and []

All About Redistricting

Under this system after the 2000 census the major political parties effectively decided to call a truce and to keep the congressional incumbents of both parties safe from effective challenges Many incumbents each paid a consultant at least $20 000 to have their districts custom-designed for safety As one member of Congress explained: Twenty thousand is nothing to keep your seat I spend

Stacey Abrams Has a Big Decision to Make

The deepest irony of course is that what Abrams wants to do is fundamentally rebuild the electoral system that failed her just as the system itself wants to pull her in Photo: Dan Winters Abrams's penchant for silence may occasionally make her seem sphinxlike but she is mischievous and wry with those close to her Once one of her staffers and I were marveling at the vast menagerie of

Chicken Fried Politics The Place for Southern Politics

Richard Burr of North Carolina and Kelly Loeffler of Georgia are facing a torrent of criticism after revelations that they and family members unloaded millions of dollars worth of stock before U S markets tanked over concerns about the coronavirus — and while both senators were still making upbeat assessments about its threat Prior to his stock sales Burr as chair of the Senate

Congressional Record Senate Articles

The other amendment says let's make it clear that the waste can only come from Maine Vermont and Texas Twice the Senate went on record with unanimous votes supporting both those amendments and in the conference committee those amendments were knocked out The utility industry wanted them knocked out They don't want the people to have any

Republican Senate candidates address forum in Muscle

07 07 2020Saturday February 15 Republican U S Senate candidates were in Muscle Shoals for a candidates forum sponsored by the Conservative Leadership Conference Former U S Senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania) was the moderator of the event Speaking on the recently failed impeachment effort against the President Santorum said "All of this was a show and []

The Basic Structure of the U S Federal Government

The genius of the U S Constitution is no accident America's Founding Fathers had learned the hard way that any government—given too much power—would eventually oppress the people Their experiences in England left them in fear of the concentrated political powers of a monarchy They believed that harnessing the government was the key to lasting liberty

Cooper issues statewide stay

Long-term care facilities account for 61 percent of North Carolina's COVID-19 deaths Census delays could push back North Carolina's 2022 primaries North Carolina fund has enough assets to pay out 15 3 years of pension benefits study finds Senate leader wants North Carolina counties to make call on reopening barbershops hair salons

Senate GOP to Clamp Down on Police Chokeholds in

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell opened the chamber Monday declaring that Senate Republicans are developing "a serious proposal to reform law enforcement While the emerging GOP package isn't as extensive as the sweeping Democratic proposal which is headed for a House vote next week it includes perhaps the most far-reaching proposed changes to policing procedures from the

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DPIC SPECIAL REPORTS Jun 22 2020 DPIC Analysis — At Least 1 300 Prisoners are on U S Death Rows in Violation of U S Human Rights Obligations At least 1 300 prisoners have been incarcerated on U S death rows for more than two decades in violation of U S human rights obligations a Death Penalty Information Center analysis of death-row demographic data has found

Senate leader wants counties to make call on reopening

Senate leader wants counties to make call on reopening barbershops hair salons May 15 2020 by admin Leave a Comment By Jason Schaumburg (The Center Square) – N C Senate Leader Phil Berger continued to denounce Gov Roy Cooper's reopening restrictions May 13 calling on the governor to allow barbershops and hair salons to reopen in some counties The state entered its first phase of

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