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That's what it appears House Bill 561 does.
 
Well, the GOP has officially surrendered their advantage in the area of taxes. After so many decades montyhallas the low – / anti-tax party, the GOP majority on Jones Street pushed through increases in the state gasoline tax.
Well, the GOP has officially surrendered their advantage in the area of taxes. After so many decades montyhallas the low – / anti-tax party, the GOP majority on Jones Street pushed through increases in the state gasoline tax.
 
This week’s Bad Bill is thankfully just a joint resolution, but is important to spotlight as it advocates a topic that continues to be hotly debated both here in NC and nationwide. SJR 838, sponsored by Sens. Earline Parmon (D-Forsyth) , Don Davis (D-Greene) and Angela Bryant (D-Halifax) is a...
This week’s Bad Bill is thankfully just a joint resolution, but is important to spotlight as it advocates a topic that continues to be hotly debated both here in NC and nationwide. SJR 838, sponsored by Sens. Earline Parmon (D-Forsyth) , Don Davis (D-Greene) and Angela Bryant (D-Halifax) is a...
 
Education leaders and some politicians for years have urged that pay for educators in North Carolina be at "the national average," a goal used for no other employment sector in the state as a metric to gauge the appropriateness of pay.
Education leaders and some politicians for years have urged that pay for educators in North Carolina be at "the national average," a goal used for no other employment sector in the state as a metric to gauge the appropriateness of pay.
 
With a wink and a nod, the left-wing media continues to help push the deceptive agenda of the teachers union (NCAE) in the Tar Heel State. It is readily apparent that neither the NCAE nor the media support real educational reform in North Carolina.
With a wink and a nod, the left-wing media continues to help push the deceptive agenda of the teachers union (NCAE) in the Tar Heel State. It is readily apparent that neither the NCAE nor the media support real educational reform in North Carolina.
 
If Richard Alexander gets his way, he'll be North Carolina's next superintendent of public instruction. He'll also be the last.
 
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