Senator Kay Hagan

Local News
6:30 am
Mon April 7, 2014

U.S. Senate Bill Singles Out N.C. Unemployed

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Later today, the US Senate is expected to vote on extending long term unemployment benefits.  If passed, the bill will move to the House of Representatives. And if it becomes law, it would affect North Carolina more than any other state. 


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Politics
2:31 pm
Fri February 28, 2014

Candidates Aplenty For US Senate And Sixth Congressional District

Those seeking political office had until noon today to file for this year’s election. Two races in particular are fielding a large number of candidates.  


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Local News
2:28 pm
Thu October 3, 2013

Sen. Hagan Says Partial Government Shutdown Already Hurting NC

Sen. Kay Hagan in an earlier interview with Charlotte Talks' Mike Collins.
Credit Wendy Herkey

One of North Carolina's U.S. senators says the partial government shutdown is already hurting the state in large and small ways. It's the result of House Republicans refusing to pass a once-routine budget procedure unless they can defund or delay the president's health care law.

Now Senator Kay Hagan, a Democrat up for reelection next year, says her office can't meet one of its most basic responsibilities for constituents – helping North Carolinians who call or show up with a wide variety of questions. 

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