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State lawmakers have started reviewing Gov. Pat McCrory's budget proposal for the 2015-2017 biennium. It sets out McCrory's General Fund spending plan for $22 billion in each of the next two fiscal years. The General Fund makes up a significant chunk of the overall state budget of more than...
State lawmakers have started reviewing Gov. Pat McCrory's budget proposal for the 2015-2017 biennium. It sets out McCrory's General Fund spending plan for $22 billion in each of the next two fiscal years. The General Fund makes up a significant chunk of the overall state budget of more than...
 
For those of us who follow state government, the budget is always a topic of conversation. Where will money be spent? How much will be spent on various agencies? Will there be a surplus or deficit? The list goes on and on, but one question that doesn't come up very often is: How is the budget...
For those of us who follow state government, the budget is always a topic of conversation. Where will money be spent? How much will be spent on various agencies? Will there be a surplus or deficit? The list goes on and on, but one question that doesn't come up very often is: How is the budget...
 
For those of us who follow state government, the budget is always a topic of conversation. Where will the money be spent? How much will be spent on the various agencies? Will there be a surplus or a deficit? The list goes on and on, but one question that doesn't come up very often is, how is...
For those of us who follow state government, the budget is always a topic of conversation. Where will the money be spent? How much will be spent on the various agencies? Will there be a surplus or a deficit? The list goes on and on, but one question that doesn't come up very often is, how is...
 
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