With the passage of House Bill 4, the state's debt to the federal government has been reduced to about $500 million.
The legislation creates greater certainty and eases the regulatory burden on small businesses.
We worked closely with other pro-business groups to oppose bills that would have driven up the cost of basic medical coverage.
Lawmakers are expected to return later this month to address any vetoes by the governor.
Other issues pending in the General Assembly include four new health-insurance mandates that would raise costs for small busine...
The North Carolina Government Efficiency and Reform initiative has launched a website where anyone can submit ideas about how t...