On Friday, Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed — as expected — a Republican-sponsored return-to-work bill that would require North Carolina to w…
The federal pandemic unemployment compensation (FPUC) program has provided some unemployed and furloughed North Carolinians with an extra $300 benefit per week.
The resumption of weekly work-search requirements begins Monday for unemployed and furloughed North Carolinians.
The state House approved Thursday a Republican-led effort that would compel North Carolina's withdraw from a federal extended unemployment benefit program with a $300 weekly payment.
State House Republicans submitted legislation Wednesday that would compel the Cooper administration to withdraw from a pivotal federal extended unemployment benefits program before its Sept. 6 expiration date.
A state legislative bill that would provide a return-to-work cash incentive cleared the state Senate on Tuesday.
It may be a matter of when, not whether, the state legislature will address the issue of requiring COVID-19 vaccinations in the workplace.