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Unemployment Fixes

Sen. Rick Gunn, R-Alamance, is among 16 state senators who have signed a letter to state Commerce Secretary Tony Copeland asking for leadership during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Coronavirus Cases

As coronavirus case counts and death reports continue to rise across the state on Monday, new studies offered projections for what North Carolina may expect over the coming weeks and months.

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Wake Budget

Wake County commissioners voted unanimously Monday afternoon to authorize an additional $8.8 million dollars in emergency spending for coronavirus response.

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Online Meetings

Can local governments hold electronic meetings during the coronavirus crisis and still comply with open meeting laws? According to North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein, yes.

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IBM President

Red Hat, the Raleigh-based open-source software company, has tapped Paul Cormier as its new chief executive officer.

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NC IDEA Donations

For the first time in its history, NC IDEA, a foundation that provides seed grants to startups, will accept private donations to grow its ability to funnel money to promising young companies across the state of North Carolina.

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CMS Funding

Ninety-nine of North Carolina’s 100 counties received a boost to the amount of coronavirus relief funding they received for each public and charter school student, leaving just Mecklenburg County out of the “low-wealth” supplemental funds for education.

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Federal Help

As North Carolina expects a crush of hospitalizations, Gov. Roy Cooper voiced his frustration with the lack of supplies coming from the federal government.