Tag "North Carolina"

Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

    Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

Democrat Roy Cooper took his oath of office just after midnight Sunday, Jan. 1, in an unusual move. But 2017 promises to be a different kind of year. His move

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Lawmakers blast HB 2 repeal failure

    Lawmakers blast HB 2 repeal failure

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Some are calling it “the failure heard around the world,” and as rhetorical as that seems, the N.C. General Assembly’s inability to follow through

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How the GOP’s “power grab” hurts blacks in Cooper administration

    How the GOP’s “power grab” hurts blacks in Cooper administration

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE During state Attorney General Roy Cooper‘s successful run for governor, he vowed to govern in the interests of  “all North Carolinians,” and promised that

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N.C. education forecast 2017: choice and opportunity

    N.C. education forecast 2017: choice and opportunity

Darrell Allison Guest Columnist The 2016 year is drawing to a close, but its accomplishments in K-12 education say much about what we can expect in the year ahead. This

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Blue backs independent redistricting commission

    Blue backs independent redistricting commission

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Saying that “people need relief from this … runaway government as soon as possible,”

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Guest Editorial: McCrory took N.C. down dubious road

    Guest Editorial: McCrory took N.C. down dubious road

Gov. Pat McCrory delivered a graceful concession speech via video Monday [Dec. 5] that high-lighted the appealing manner that won

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Lawmakers react to special elections ruling

    Lawmakers react to special elections ruling

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE There’s no question incoming Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper will be dealing with entrenched Republican

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Editorial: Don’t look to school board for democracy example

    Editorial: Don’t look to school board for democracy example

They say one of the best ways to begin a political career is to run for the school board. Winston-Salem/Forsyth

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N.C. NAACP pledges mass protests if election is subverted

    N.C. NAACP pledges mass protests if election is subverted

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE If state lawmakers insert themselves into deciding North Carolina’s next governor, or changing the

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COMMENTARY: Support small business day after Black Friday and year-round

    COMMENTARY: Support small business day after Black Friday and year-round

Gregg Thompson Guest Columnist The National Federation of Independent Business is America’s leading small business advocate. We are proud to

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