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North Carolina legislators can maximize their flexibility for tax reform and unanticipated Medicaid spending by using a "reverse logrolling" approach...
North Carolina legislators can maximize their flexibility for tax reform and unanticipated Medicaid spending by using a "reverse logrolling" approach...
 
North Carolina could look northwest to Indiana and south to Florida for evidence of how a consumer-driven model would improve the state Medicaid program.
North Carolina could look northwest to Indiana and south to Florida for evidence of how a consumer-driven model would improve the state Medicaid program.
 
Bypassing statewide bond referendums has cost North Carolina taxpayers an estimated $261 million in extra interest payments on state debt since...
Bypassing statewide bond referendums has cost North Carolina taxpayers an estimated $261 million in extra interest payments on state debt since...
 
A voucher program is likely to offer North Carolina the most transparent, easy-to-understand school choice option the state could consider this year. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report offers that assessment. Vouchers also require no tax code changes.
A voucher program is likely to offer North Carolina the most transparent, easy-to-understand school choice option the state could consider this year. A new John Locke Foundation Spotlight report offers that assessment. Vouchers also require no tax code changes.
 
North Carolina's aggressive approach to occupational licensing raises prices and protects current members of a profession more than it protects consumers.
North Carolina's aggressive approach to occupational licensing raises prices and protects current members of a profession more than it protects consumers.
 
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