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Labor Day was the saddest day of the year when I was young. It signaled the official end of summer and the start of the routine of getting up early, going to school, doing homework and going to bed early
Labor Day was the saddest day of the year when I was young. It signaled the official end of summer and the start of the routine of getting up early, going to school, doing homework and going to bed early
 
One reason teachers and state employees may not have seen the raises they wanted in recent years is that the government's cost for pensions and retiree health benefits has climbed from 8 percent of payroll 10 years ago to 19 percent of payroll this year
One reason teachers and state employees may not have seen the raises they wanted in recent years is that the government's cost for pensions and retiree health benefits has climbed from 8 percent of payroll 10 years ago to 19 percent of payroll this year
 
North Carolina's corporate income tax currently stands at 3 percent, and it is scheduled to be reduced to 2.5 percent in January
North Carolina's corporate income tax currently stands at 3 percent, and it is scheduled to be reduced to 2.5 percent in January
 
any discussion of public policy, I think it is impossible to talk intelligently about questions like "good enough" or "fair enough" without asking first "by what standard?"
any discussion of public policy, I think it is impossible to talk intelligently about questions like "good enough" or "fair enough" without asking first "by what standard?"
 
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