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This Second Amendment issue has been overly discussed, with the two Democratic Socialist commissioners stating their nonsupport, and the nominal Republicans on our board requesting revisions, with even the Board's attorney electing to take a political position to support his constituency.
This Second Amendment issue has been overly discussed, with the two Democratic Socialist commissioners stating their nonsupport, and the nominal Republicans on our board requesting revisions, with even the Board's attorney electing to take a political position to support his constituency.
 
Governor Pat McCrory recognized the extraordinary accomplishments of 16 state government employees during the Governor's Awards for Excellence ceremony today.
Governor Pat McCrory recognized the extraordinary accomplishments of 16 state government employees during the Governor's Awards for Excellence ceremony today.
 
The arrival of summer means vacation time for many, and airports stay busy. While we think of domestic airline service as being deregulated, the reality is that government decisions still play a role in where airlines fly
The arrival of summer means vacation time for many, and airports stay busy. While we think of domestic airline service as being deregulated, the reality is that government decisions still play a role in where airlines fly
 
There is nothing moral about the way military veterans are treated by the VA – unless you are a government union boss. J. David Cox Sr., president of the American Federation of Government Employees
There is nothing moral about the way military veterans are treated by the VA – unless you are a government union boss. J. David Cox Sr., president of the American Federation of Government Employees
 
Government employee unions largely were responsible for the re-election of President Obama, and will seek payback through weaker right-to-work laws and approval of collective bargaining rights for 21 million health care workers under Obamacare, union critic Mallory Factor says.
Government employee unions largely were responsible for the re-election of President Obama, and will seek payback through weaker right-to-work laws and approval of collective bargaining rights for 21 million health care workers under Obamacare, union critic Mallory Factor says.
 
This time, it's the new Financial State of the States report by the Institute for Truth in Accounting, an Illinois-based nonprofit that has been pushing governments to reform their accounting practices for more than a decade.
This time, it's the new Financial State of the States report by the Institute for Truth in Accounting, an Illinois-based nonprofit that has been pushing governments to reform their accounting practices for more than a decade.
 
When you promise to pay someone in the future, you have a debt with him. However, were you to use cash accounting, as North Carolina's government does, you would not record it as such, because no cash changed hands.
When you promise to pay someone in the future, you have a debt with him. However, were you to use cash accounting, as North Carolina's government does, you would not record it as such, because no cash changed hands.
 
Headlines across the nation have been sounding the alarm about state government pensions. Even very conservative estimates place the total amount of unfunded state pension liabilities to be approaching a trillion dollars nationally.
Headlines across the nation have been sounding the alarm about state government pensions. Even very conservative estimates place the total amount of unfunded state pension liabilities to be approaching a trillion dollars nationally.
 
The next time you hear a North Carolina politician talk about the "need" to use tax dollars or public debt to build a new ballpark, convention center, rail line, or similar luxury, ask them this simple question: how much more do you think we can afford?
The next time you hear a North Carolina politician talk about the "need" to use tax dollars or public debt to build a new ballpark, convention center, rail line, or similar luxury, ask them this simple question: how much more do you think we can afford?
 
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