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North Carolina

Pat McCrory

2015 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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5/22/2015 NC Gov. McCrory: Mohawk Industries to Expand, Create 105 JobsCompany plans to invest $8 million in Rockingham County. [Read More]
5/18/2015 Gov. McCrory: Asbury Carbons, Inc. Selects North Carolina for New FacilityCompany will invest more than $8 million in Lumberton, create 25 jobs over next three years. [Read More]
5/14/2015 Gov. McCrory: Connect NC Bond Website Goes LiveSite provides information on state investments in transportation, public health, education, parks and military. [Read More]
5/13/2015 Gov. McCrory: North Carolina Receives Site Selection's "Top Competitive State" AwardRankings highlight importance of job creation programs like NC Competes. [Read More]
5/11/2015 NC Gov. McCrory Announces $400 Million Revenue SurplusResult of growing economy, fiscally responsible budget, and tax reform. [Read More]
5/7/2015 Gov. McCrory: Record Visitor Spending in North Carolina Highlights Tourism WeekState's travel industry generated spending total of $21.3 billion; supported record 200,000 jobs for first time ever. [Read More]
5/5/2015 NC Gov. McCrory Urges More Federal, State Cooperation in Offshore Energy Development State ready to get off sidelines and into energy business. [Read More]
5/4/2015 NC Gov. McCrory Declares May as ‘Motorsports Month’ in North CarolinaSprint All-Star Race, Coca-Cola 600 weekends provide estimated economic impact of $230 million. [Read More]
5/1/2015 NC Gov. McCrory Signs Bill to Support New Renewable Energy ProjectsLegislation extends tax credit for renewable energy projects in state. [Read More]
4/30/2015 NC Gov. MCCrory: NC Innovation Center Honored By National Tech LeadersNational publication spotlighting government technology leaders, innovators names iCenter 2015 State IT Program of Year. [Read More]

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