One step closer to a two-year budget

Legislative state lawmakers unveiled their two-year budget compromise yesterday. They plan to approve it before the week is out and send it on to Governor Roy Cooper for his signature or veto.

Read the budget bill

Read the money report

The Senate Education/Higher Education committee meets at 11 in room 1027/1128 of the legislative building.

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