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... legislative supermajorities and their ability to unilaterally override vetoes by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper. Republicans downplay the tactics and point out that Democrats have also ...
... first-term Republican Tillis could face a tough challenge in 2020. Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper narrowly won the state in 2016, which gives Democrats hopes about ...
... mobile home park. News outlets report Lumberton police announced Friday that Gov. Roy Cooper's office is offering $5,000 for information that leads to Hania Noelia ...
... which allows to the GOP to override vetoes issued by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper. Democrats broke through by flipping seats around Raleigh, Charlotte and Greensboro. ...
... ago. There, Republicans approved legislation to limit the number of appointments Gov. Roy Cooper could make and require lawmakers to sign off on his cabinet ...
... his loss there to win the seat, and North Carolina Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper, who initially lost but managed to flip that result, too, in ...
... and manufacturing plant expected to create 24 jobs. The office of Gov. Roy Cooper announced Thursday that third-party logistics company Sanritsu Logistics, whose parent company ...
... Carolina, where Republicans lost their supermajority in the state House and Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, has been trying to build support for Medicaid expansion." ...
... Carolina, where Republicans lost their supermajority in the state House and Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, has been trying to build support for Medicaid expansion. ...
... making it harder for the GOP to override vetoes by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper. Yet even after Tuesday's victories, Democrats still will have full control ...
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