New NC budget proposal will also include $100 million in recurring funds for a new state-funded teacher salary supplement focused on low-wealth counties "to help them compete with big, wealthy counties when recruiting teachers." #nced #ncpol #ncga
— Keung Hui (@nckhui) November 15, 2021
This is needed very much. The rich county vs. poor county issue has gotten worse every year.
— Loretta Boniti (@LorettaBoniti) November 15, 2021
Several tax cuts in there, some I like and some I don't. But that's what compromise is all about, I guess.
— McSix (@McLeanSix) November 15, 2021
Georgia as a whole has improved greatly. But this district is whack.
— Richard Chady (@rchady) November 15, 2021
Dumbass. They are going to tar and feather you...
— Aylett Colston (@EveryVoiceNC) November 15, 2021
Hell yes, follow that chicken hawk wherever he goes...
The passage of @POTUS's historic infrastructure bill will improve life for millions of North Carolinians by investing in public transportation, repairing and rebuilding NC's roads and bridges with a focus on climate change mitigation, resilience, equity and safety. #ncpol pic.twitter.com/qqYQdCwPxj
— Progress NC Action (@ProgressNow_NC) November 15, 2021
Our roads and bridges are in horrible condition, let's get this thing started.
— Nicholas Batman (@NicholasBatman) November 15, 2021
**this is till not an endorsement** but damn, Jeff has been everywhere. I'm seeing comments from all over the place from people who went to see him, from the mountains to the sandhills, and some of them were Republicans (without the MAGA hats). I know I've picked some doozies in the past, but he might be the real deal. Er, that was not an endorsement either...
— Reuben Jones (@ReubenJones1) November 15, 2021
I do endorse the above, though. And it would probably eliminate jackasses fighting with flight attendants over masks, which makes Evil Steve want to put an extended sleeper hold on them.
White and Black women are diagnosed with breast cancer at about the same rates—but Black women are more likely to die from it.
To close the health equity gap, we need to increase access to cancer screenings and #ExpandMedicaid. #NCpol #NCGA https://t.co/eQZKhrzSj8
— NC Health Advocacy (@healthactionnc) November 15, 2021
Yes, we do. I'm getting hoarse saying it.
On that frustrating note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) November 13, 2021
It is relaxing, but I wouldn't classify it as a "personal growth" move...