Today, Governor Roy Cooper held a roundtable discussion in Williamston to highlight the urgent need to start Medicaid Expansion that has already been agreed to in a strong bipartisan vote of the legislature.
This week, Governor Roy Cooper will embark on a listening tour of rural communities impacted by hospital closures to highlight the urgent need to start Medicaid Expansion that has already been agreed to in a strong bipartisan vote of the legislature.
Deere & Company [NYSE: DE] and Kreisel Electric GMBH, an Austrian company, which John Deere acquired majority ownership of in 2022, will create 50 jobs in Forsyth County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper toured The Learning Center of Perquimans County to emphasize the urgent need for meaningful investments in child care and early childhood education and called on the legislature to return from vacation, get to work, start Medicaid expansion and pass a budget that invests in our public schools, teachers and early childhood education.
Dr. Karen L. Smith and L.T. Ward have received the 2023 Larry Wooten Rural Leadership Award, presented by Governor Roy Cooper and Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler at an Aug. 9 reception at the North Carolina Executive Mansion.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper sent a letter to National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) President Charlie Baker asking the NCAA to reconsider their recent decision to deny student-athlete Devontez “Tez” Walker’s transfer request.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper issued the following statement in response to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s recent notification of final wind energy areas in the Central Atlantic Call Area that excluded areas of the coast of North Carolina.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper celebrated CNBC naming North Carolina as the Top State for Business in 2023 with business and education leaders at Central Piedmont Community College, kicking off a series of statewide events that will highlight North Carolina’s strong and diverse workforce and community colleges.