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Pat McCrory

2013 State of the State Address

Pat McCrory
Office of the Governor
20301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-0301
Phone: (919)733-4240
Fax: (919)733-2120

Southern Governors' Representative
Virginia Johnson, Director, Washington Office






North Carolina News Digest

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5/8/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Announces Sweeping Array of Education InitiativesAction will increase teacher pay, increase funding for textbooks, establish salary supplements for teachers. [Read More]
5/7/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Proposes In-State Tuition for Veterans at State UniversitiesScholarship program will give newly separated veterans equivalency of in-state tuition. [Read More]
5/5/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: Woman-Owned Contracting Company to Create 60 JobsCompany will invest more than $325,000 over the next three years in Outer Banks town of Moyock. [Read More]
5/2/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: India-Based Textile Company to Create 84 JobsCompany plans to invest more than $40 million, create 84 jobs over next two years in Rockingham County. [Read More]
5/1/2014 Gov. McCrory Proclaims May "Motorsports Month" in North CarolinaEvent celebrates many contributions of racing to state and its economy. [Read More]
4/30/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Unveils Historical Marker Outside High Point Furniture Market State plaque recognizes importance of High Point Furniture Market and its value to North Carolina economy. [Read More]
4/29/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: Plastic Film Manufacturer to Expand in Martin CountyCompany plans to create 24 new jobs and invest more than $6.5 million over next three years. [Read More]
4/28/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: Red Ventures Continues ExpansionCompany to create 580 jobs in Charlotte as part of long-term growth strategy. [Read More]
4/25/2014 Gov. McCrory Praises N.C. Museum for National DistinctionIMLS honors NC Museum of Natural Sciences with prestigious National Medal for Museum and Library Service. [Read More]
4/24/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Touts Rehabilitation Programs Designed to Create Jobs, Preserve HistoryPrograms designed to restore buildings across state make cultural, economic sense. [Read More]

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