Press Releases

Today, Governor Cooper met with business leaders in France as part of an economic development trip, including Schneider Electric. The Governor discussed investment opportunities and job creation in North Carolina.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed the following bill:

On Thursday, May 23, 2024, Governor Roy Cooper signed a Type I state disaster declaration for individual assistance for Gaston County and contiguous counties that suffered damage from two E

Governor Cooper and a delegation of state officials will travel to Europe on an economic development trip from May 24-31.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper toured Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville to meet with base leadership and view ongoing military construction projects. During the visit, the Governor met with U.S. Marine Corps Colonel Ralph J.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper hosted a Military Appreciation Month celebration at the Executive Mansion to honor servicemen and women.

One year ago today, North Carolina Republican legislators overrode Governor Roy Cooper’s veto of their abortion ban by one vote, putting reproductive care for millions of women in jeopardy. Today, Governor Cooper issued the following statement on the one-year anniversary of the veto override:

Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bill into law:

Last week, 17 individuals and three organizations representing 20 counties received North Carolina’s highest award for volunteer service, the Governor’s Medallion Award. The award is presented annually by the N.C. Commission on Volunteerism & Community Service.

Communities across the state continue to experience the life-changing impacts of Medicaid expansion as the state surpasses 450,000 North Carolinians signed up and more than one million prescriptions covered. The milestone means three-fourths of those eligible for expansion have now gained co