Category: Government

City of Asheville Live Stream Now Available on More Systems

The City of Asheville’s new and upgraded streaming technology has made its online live stream of the Government TV Channel (www.ashevillenc.gov/gtv) on more devices and Read more »

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Buncombe County Register of Deeds Willing to Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Requests Attorney General Review Asheville, NC – Buncombe County Register of Deeds Drew Reisinger will be the first government official in the South to seek Read more »

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Government Shutdown

by Johnnie Grant The government shutdown has put several hundred thousand, possibly even millions, of people out of work, and has caused untold hardship nationwide. Read more »

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Ready, Set, VOTE!

By Nelda Holder If you’re confused by all the local, state, and national news about North Carolina’s new voting law, then be assured that changes Read more »

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Federal Insurance Marketplace and Changes to Food Assistance Benefits

What Health and Human Services Wants You to Know The Affordable Care Act went into effect on October 1, and many people want to know Read more »

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Standoff Over Voting Laws

RALEIGH, NC – Gov. Pat McCrory is vowing to fight a lawsuit by the U.S. Justice Department challenging the state’s new elections laws. McCrory has Read more »

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Women, Infants, and Children Fall Victim to Shutdown

Raleigh, NC – The federal government shutdown has put a temporary halt to the WIC Program – the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants Read more »

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Federal and Local Services Update

As the country deals with government gridlock, here are some of the things you can expect as it pertains to your everyday life. U.S. Postal Read more »

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Nine New NC Laws

Several new laws in North Carolina went into effect as of October 1. Here’s a look at nine laws and how they impact you. 1. Read more »

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Hagan Takes Action to Clear Backlog at Winston-Salem VA Office

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Kay Hagan (NC) announced on September 17th that she has sent letters to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and Veterans Affairs Read more »

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