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It has been sixteen days since Governor Roy Cooper and Democratic leaders sent a detailed, balanced compromise offer to Republican leaders in the General Assembly. As of today, Republican leaders have not shared any counteroffer to keep the budget process moving forward. 

It’s been 15 days since Governor Roy Cooper and legislative Democrats submitted a detailed budget compromise offer to Republican leaders.

Governor Cooper announced additional federal funding is now available for the temporary employment program that helps North Carolinians get back to work in areas affected by Hurricane Florence.

Governor Roy Cooper today announced that the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has designated Bladen and Columbus counties as among the Most Impacted and Distressed (MID) areas that were impacted by Hurricane Matthew.

More financial relief is on its way to North Carolina commercial fishermen hit hard by Hurricane Florence, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. 

More families will soon be able to return home while they work to rebuild from Hurricane Florence thanks to an extension of a program to provide partial housing repairs, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper declared April 7 – 13, 2019 National Volunteer Week in North Carolina to celebrate the work of volunteers.

Volunteers are continuing to help North Carolinians recover from Hurricane Florence, more than six months after the storm struck the state, damaging homes, schools, businesses, farms and entire communities.

More financial relief is on the way to North Carolina commercial fishermen hit hard by Hurricane Florence, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. 

The Sheltering and Temporary Essential Power (STEP) program is concluding this week after completing partial repairs to the homes of 2,183 Hurricane Florence survivors in 12 counties. 

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