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Students, parents in limbo as Gov. Cooper stalls on schools plan

With just 40 days until North Carolina public schools are scheduled open, Gov. Roy Cooper has yet to present his plan for how schools will operate this fall. The Cooper Administration’s inaction is causing havoc for students across our state, and not only in the classroom. The N.C. High School Athletic Association held a special news conference today, but had

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NSJ: Dan Forest lands presidential endorsement, accepts debate invites

From the North State Journal: “Lt. Gov. Dan Forest, who is running against Gov. Roy Cooper to become the state’s chief executive in November, landed an official endorsement from President Donald Trump last week. … Lt. Gov. Forest also announced he has accepted two invitations from N.C. media outlets to debate Cooper ahead of November’s election, from Spectrum News and

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Gov. Cooper Vetoes Bipartisan Second Amendment Preservation Act

From the NRA-ILA: “On July 2nd, Governor Roy Cooper vetoed House Bill 652, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, despite it passing the General Assembly with bipartisan supermajorities. He erroneously claimed that the bill will allow guns in schools and threatens the safety of students and teachers. Instead, it only applies to churches that operate schools and simply allows parishioners to

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Dan Forest Accepts Invitations to Debate Gov. Cooper

Lt. Governor Dan Forest has accepted two invitations from N.C. media outlets to debate Gov. Roy Cooper ahead of November’s election. Should Gov. Cooper accept, the two candidates for Governor would debate on Spectrum News and on CBS 17. Both debates would be broadcast statewide. North Carolina’s gubernatorial race is widely considered one of the top races in the country.

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