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Today, Governor Roy Cooper and Chief Deputy Secretary for Health of the North Carolina Health and Human Services Kody Kinsley went to the Johnston County Health Department’s vaccine clinic in Smithfield to meet North Carolinians receiving their vaccines.

Governor Roy Cooper proclaimed June 19 as Juneteenth Day in North Carolina, honoring the oldest known commemoration of the abolition of slavery in the United States.

Today, Governor Cooper signed one bill and vetoed one bill.

Governor Roy Cooper is encouraging businesses and employees across North Carolina to go All In for NC by joining volunteer efforts

Lotus Bakeries, a leading producer of indulgent and natural snacking products, will expand operations in North Carolina with an investment of at least $62 million in the City of Mebane, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. 

Governor Roy Cooper has appointed Joal Broun to serve as District Court Judge in Judicial District 15B, serving Chatham and Orange counties.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper visited the Davidson County Health Department vaccine clinic in Lexington to see more people get their COVID-19 vaccine and talk about the Your Shot at a Million Summer Cash and College Tuition drawings for vaccinated North Carolinians.

Governor Roy Cooper signed the following bills into law today:

Today, Governor Roy Cooper granted a Pardon of Innocence for Charles Ray Finch of Wilson, who was convicted of a crime he did not commit. Finch’s pardon application was thoroughly reviewed by the Office of Executive Clemency, the Office of the General Counsel and the Governor.

KNOLL America Inc., a supplier of conveyor and filtration systems, will create 31 new jobs in Gaston County, Governor Roy Cooper announced today. The company will invest more than $7.8 million to locate a new U.S. headquarters operations and manufacturing facility in Gaston County’s Apple Creek Corporate Park.

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