President Trump is moving toward his 2024 candidacy as per all indications from his enlightening address to the NC GOP on June 5, 2021. Considering this political vector as a distinct possibility: What is your electoral pleasure as an integral cog in this Representative Republic?
Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's budget is finally out and it's a doozy. It calls for far too much spending and would place North Carolina on an unsustainable path. Here are just a few of the bad apples in Cooper's budget:
Cut back on important school choice programs that have helped lower income families access education options
It would increase the federal government's involvement in North Carolinians' healthcare by expanding Medicaid to thousands of working age, able bodied, childless individuals that already have health insurance
Includes a bond package that would create fiscal instability
Gov. Cooper's budget proposal goes far beyond the fiscally conservative, responsible policies of the past decade, and, if followed, would place our state on an extremely concerning trajectory.
Today, North Carolina boasts one of the most business-friendly tax climates, is attracting tech investment, and continues to expand education choices for families with K-12 students. Why would we want to jeopardize that?
Watch my colleague, Mitch Kokai, explain in the video below why Gov. Cooper's terrible, horrible, no good, very bad budget proposal would be the wrong choice for North Carolinians.
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