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North Carolina

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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5/30/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Wants Crackdown on Texting while DrivingMade priorities known at meeting with impaired driving task force. [Read More]
5/27/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Proclaims Hurricane Preparedness WeekHurricane season officially begins June 1 and runs through November; residents urged to update emergency kits, plans. [Read More]
5/23/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Congratulates Expansion in Forsyth CountyR.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company will bring 200 new jobs to the region. [Read More]
5/22/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: Technical Fabrics Manufacturer to Create 29 Jobs Highland Industries to invest $8.25 million over the next three years. [Read More]
5/16/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Salutes Caterpillar Apprenticeship Gradsfirst graduating class from effort between Caterpillar, Lee County Schools and Central Carolina Community College. [Read More]
5/15/2014 NC Gov. McCrory: GKN Driveline to Create 105 JobsAutomotive parts manufacturer to invest $18 million in Lee & Alamance counties. [Read More]
5/14/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Creates Task Force to Combat Substance Abuse, Underage DrinkingSix UNC campuses will launch pilot program concentrating on prevention and treatment. [Read More]
5/9/2014 NC Gov. McCrory Hails Record-Breaking Tourism YearMore than 40,000 businesses in state directly provide products and services to travelers. [Read More]
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]

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