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Last month North Carolina adopted a FY2021-22 budget that includes $500M in Business COVID relief funds. $200M for businesses in the hospitality,...

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The NAA Click & Lease Program will be updated on December 22, 2021 to include the following changes to your lease forms. The Release Notes,...

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On Dec. 7, 2021, the North Carolina Supreme Court ordered primary elections in the state delayed from March until May of 2022, citing legal...

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The state Court of Appeals on Monday temporarily halted filing for U.S. House and legislative races as it weighs a legal challenge to new district...

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According to a recent Charlotte Business Journal article, “employers will have more time to weigh in on the Occupational Safety and Health...

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Last month, Governor Cooper appointed the Honorable Kimberly Best to serve as Superior Court Judge serving Mecklenburg County, Judicial District...

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On Nov. 18, Gov. Cooper signed into law a budget S105: 2021 Appropriations Act passed out of the General Assembly. S105v2.pdf (ncleg.gov) The...

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Last week President Biden signed H. R. 3684, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also referred to as a “Hard” Infrastructure...

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A federal appeals court on Friday halted the Biden administration's new COVID-19 vaccine rule for private businesses with 100 or more workers,...

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The National Apartment Association Political Action Committee (NAAPAC) is NAA's political action committee and an essential arm of the NAA’s...

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Municipal elections were held on November 2, 2021 across the Charlotte Region and throughout smaller towns within the GCAA footprint. The...

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North Carolina legislators have approved new redistricting maps and those maps have become law for Congress, the NC Senate, and the NC House of...

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