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Chief Justice Paul Newby who defeated former Chief Justice Cheri Beasley in November has issued his first Emergency Directive allowing local...

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January 14, 2021 President-elect Biden released summary information on his “American Rescue Plan: Emergency Legislative Package to Fund...

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State officials don't have a timetable yet to open a new rental assistance program to bolster a similar initiative (the HOPE Program) that proved...

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For Immediate Release: Contact: Wesley Masters 704.600.5243 wesley@greatercaa.org ...

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The CDC has revised the Declaration form indicating the new expiration of the CDC declaration moratorium as of 1/31/21. Under Executive Order 171,...

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On Jan. 6, 2021, Governor Cooper extended North Carolina’s Modified Stay at Home Order (EO 188) that requires people to stay at home between...

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An additional 787,000 Americans have filed for first-time unemployment assistance for the week ending Jan. 2. Economists surveyed by Dow Jones...

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Through Jan. 1, it is estimated that renters affected by the coronavirus pandemic owe up to $25 billion in back rent, but that does not cover...

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The November 3, 2020 US Senate election resulted in 50 GOP and 48 Democrat members. Yesterday’s Georgia Senate runoff determines if the...

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Last week, Governor Roy Cooper extended the eviction moratorium for North Carolinians through January 31, 2021 to help the approximately 485,000...

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In December, the Charlotte City Council approved a state and federal legislative agenda for that includes support of legislation for mobility...

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A tenant screening company (AppFolio) has agreed to pay a $4.2 million settlement over the accuracy of tenant screening reports given to property...

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