RALEIGH, NC (FOX Carolina) – North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Tuesday announced a new executive order to help more North Carolinians gets access to unemployment benefits.
Cooper said the new order will allow furloughed workers who received furlough pay or people who received severance pay to apply for unemployment.
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