Press Releases

Yesterday the North Carolina State Senate filed Senate Bill 49, also known as the "Parents' Bill of Rights." This bill is the first step to ensure that North Carolina parents can be in charge of their children’s educational destiny.

Lt. Governor Robinson has appointed Mr. Stephen Gay pursuant to N.C.

This week Lt. Governor Mark Robinson visited Machine Specialties Inc. in part of celebrating the 8th Annual National Apprenticeship Week. Machine Specialties Inc. (MSI) has been manufacturing precision parts since 1969.

As Chairman of the Energy Policy Council, Lt. Governor Robinson is pleased to announce the establishment of the Energy Innovation Committee. This committee will serve the state and work to inform the Energy Policy Council about new, and emerging energy technology.

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States released its decision on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.

“I have experienced the pain of abortion in my own life and know the pain it can cause families. That is a huge reason why I fight so hard for the life of the unborn.

Monday, liberal activists supporting CRT and sexually explicit materials protested at the Lieutenant Governor’s Office to talk about books in schools. They claimed the Lieutenant Governor was trying to “ban books.”

Informing the Future of North Carolina

In a 4–3 party line decision, the Democrat-controlled North Carolina Supreme Court ordered North Carolina Congressional and legislative districts to be redrawn. This decision reversed the bipartisan and unanimous trial court ruling.

This week Attorney General Merrick Garland sent a memo to the FBI and state attorneys general; to prosecute parents they consider to be harassing or threatening school board members.