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Last week's newsletter mentioned in passing something that this week's entry will explore further. It discussed my new report promoting a state REINS Act for North Carolina, in light of findings by Beacon Hill economists that the regulatory burden imposed by North Carolina on the private sector...
Last week's newsletter mentioned in passing something that this week's entry will explore further. It discussed my new report promoting a state REINS Act for North Carolina, in light of findings by Beacon Hill economists that the regulatory burden imposed by North Carolina on the private sector...
 
A new, groundbreaking report from Beacon Hill economists estimated that in 2015 state regulations cost North Carolina's economy at minimum $3.1 billion and possibly as much as $25.5 billion.
A new, groundbreaking report from Beacon Hill economists estimated that in 2015 state regulations cost North Carolina's economy at minimum $3.1 billion and possibly as much as $25.5 billion.
 
In 2013, RTI International teamed with LaCapra Associates to report on "The Economic, Utility Portfolio, and Rate Impact of Clean Energy Development in North Carolina." Prepared for the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA), the report made fantastic findings that North Carolina's...
In 2013, RTI International teamed with LaCapra Associates to report on "The Economic, Utility Portfolio, and Rate Impact of Clean Energy Development in North Carolina." Prepared for the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA), the report made fantastic findings that North Carolina's...
 
A presentation prepared by the N.C. Commerce Department's Labor and Economic Analysis Division finds a net "negative budgetary impact" of North Carolina's film incentives.
A presentation prepared by the N.C. Commerce Department's Labor and Economic Analysis Division finds a net "negative budgetary impact" of North Carolina's film incentives.
 
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