The North Carolina Senate unanimously approved legislation Thursday to increase opportunities for students to receive a high-quality career and technical education that prepares them for the workforce.
Senate Bill 14, sponsored by Sens. Jerry Tillman (R-Randolph), Harry Brown (R-Onslow), and Dan ...
The North Carolina Senate tentatively passed legislation Monday night to opt out of participation in several expensive provisions of Obamacare.
Senate Bill 4 exempts North Carolina from establishing a state-based health insurance exchange or a state-federal partnership exchange. It directs the N....
Raleigh, N.C. – North Carolina Senate leaders introduced legislation Wednesday to opt out of participation in several costly provisions of the federal Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
Senators Tom Apodaca (R-Henderson), Harry Brown (R-Onslow) and Bob Rucho (R-Mecklenburg) filed...
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) on Tuesday announced the North Carolina Republican Senate Caucus’ 2012 campaign leadership committee.
Berger appointed the committee to help manage political and fundraising operations of the NC Republican Senate Caucus, which supports...
After one of the most productive legislative bienniums in state history, the North Carolina Senate concluded its substantive business early Tuesday morning and will adjourn “sine die” later today.
The Republican-led Senate passed more than 600 bills, including many long-overdue reform...
The North Carolina Senate on Monday voted to override Gov. Beverly Perdue’s reckless vetoes of three bipartisan bills – the budget, legislation to create a robust domestic energy jobs sector, and a bill to correct flaws in the Racial Justice Act.
Below is a statement from President Pr...