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Bills would harm state retirees; Senate budget due Tuesday

What was expected to be a down week at the General Assembly between the passage of the House budget and the announcement of the Senate’s proposal wound up being quite the opposite. Bills filed in both the House and Senate this week would have harmful effects on both SEANC and state retirees.

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Bills would harm state retirees; Senate budget due Tuesday

5.27.2016

What was expected to be a down week at the General Assembly between the passage of the House budget and the announcement of the Senate’s proposal wound up being quite the opposite. Bills filed in both the House and Senate this week would have harmful effects on both SEANC and state retirees.

House budget passes with raises, COLAs; DOT jobs saved for now

5.20.2016

The House passed its budget with overwhelming bipartisan support Thursday, just four days after it was made public. It includes a 2-percent salary increase and $500 bonus for state employees and a 1.6-percent cost-of-living adjustment for state  

SEANC Calls on Cowell to Resign from Boards or Her Office

5.16.2016

The State Employees Association of North Carolina Board of Governors unanimously approved Saturday a resolution calling on state Treasurer Janet Cowell to either resign from the two corporate boards she recently joined or step down from her position as Treasurer.

House bill includes pay raises, COLAs; budget expected next week

5.13.2016

After a hectic first two weeks at the General Assembly, legislators settled in and got down to routine business this week. The top item on the agenda remains the state budget. 

House budget may come next week, likely to include pay raises, COLAs

5.6.2016

In what is already a whirlwind session just one week in, the House and Senate agreed on a base “not-to-exceed” figure of $22.225 billion for the 2016-17 budget this week.

General Assembly gets to work; skeptical of Governor’s budget

4.29.2016

The General Assembly returned to Raleigh on Monday for the launch of its 2016 short session. And the state budget top the list of priorities. It seems that state employee pay and retiree cost-of-living adjustments may be the most contentious issue in budget negotiations once again.

Gov. McCrory announces budget with bonus, no salary increase

4.22.2016

Gov. Pat McCrory this morning announced highlights of his budget proposal that insults and dismisses state employees who continue to fall through the cracks of his “Carolina Comeback.”

State employees endorse Dale Folwell for N.C. Treasurer

4.20.2016

The political arm of the State Employees Association of North Carolina, EMPAC, has endorsed Dale Folwell for the office of state Treasurer in the November general election.

SEANC to advocate for pay raises, COLAs in short session

4.15.2016

The General Assembly returns to town in ten days for what promises to be an action-packed short session. And, like always, one of the top items on the agenda for SEANC’s lobbyists will be securing desperately needed pay raises for state employees and cost-of-living adjustments for retirees.

Discount theme park tickets now available at SECU branches

4.6.2016

For the 14th year, SEANC has partnered with the State Employees’ Credit Union to offer members great deals on tickets to the region’s best amusement parks.

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