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When it comes to giving out business incentives, you wonít find North Carolina at the top of the list.
When it comes to giving out business incentives, you wonít find North Carolina at the top of the list.
 
In the face of defeat, claim victory anyway. That's what state bureaucrats in charge of meddling with North Carolina's economy are doing in light of a recent report that suggests their meddling has produced dismal results.
In the face of defeat, claim victory anyway. That's what state bureaucrats in charge of meddling with North Carolina's economy are doing in light of a recent report that suggests their meddling has produced dismal results.
 
In an article from WRAL.com lamenting the fact that economic development grants made by the state of North Carolina did not "create" as many jobs as originally intended, John Skvarla, North Carolina's Commerce Secretary and number 1 cheerleader for taxpayer funded business incentives, stated that...
In an article from WRAL.com lamenting the fact that economic development grants made by the state of North Carolina did not "create" as many jobs as originally intended, John Skvarla, North Carolina's Commerce Secretary and number 1 cheerleader for taxpayer funded business incentives, stated that...
 
House speaker Thom Tillis and his team, Gov. Pat McCrory, and scores of big names in the state's business establishment have been harping on the alleged importance of customized, special incentives to lure new business - from TV and movie productions to industry - to North Carolina.
House speaker Thom Tillis and his team, Gov. Pat McCrory, and scores of big names in the state's business establishment have been harping on the alleged importance of customized, special incentives to lure new business - from TV and movie productions to industry - to North Carolina.
 
Well, the effort to bring party disloyalty into the debate on HB 1224 blew up rather unceremoniously. Apparently, some "pain-in-the-ass-teabagger web site" spilled the beans before the plan could get underway.
Well, the effort to bring party disloyalty into the debate on HB 1224 blew up rather unceremoniously. Apparently, some "pain-in-the-ass-teabagger web site" spilled the beans before the plan could get underway.
 
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