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The new North Carolina budget has many positive elements, with notable tax cuts and school choice expansion. On balance, there is more good than bad.
The new North Carolina budget has many positive elements, with notable tax cuts and school choice expansion. On balance, there is more good than bad.
 
With more than three months into the new fiscal year, North Carolina still does not have a budget in place.
With more than three months into the new fiscal year, North Carolina still does not have a budget in place.
 
AFP-NC’s Donald Bryson has labeled the House’s action on the budget as “reverse Robin Hood.”-
AFP-NC’s Donald Bryson has labeled the House’s action on the budget as “reverse Robin Hood.”-
 
That’s a mighty apt take on the current environment on Jones Street, as supplied from one disgusted insider who confided in me.
That’s a mighty apt take on the current environment on Jones Street, as supplied from one disgusted insider who confided in me.
 
From what Jones Street insiders are telling me, Cumberland County Rep. Rick Glazier (D) is the closest thing to a leader in the General Assembly's lower chamber. And HE is a leader of a distinct minority in the House.
From what Jones Street insiders are telling me, Cumberland County Rep. Rick Glazier (D) is the closest thing to a leader in the General Assembly's lower chamber. And HE is a leader of a distinct minority in the House.
 
Exhausted legislators finally saw the closing gavel and heard the fat lady sing the "sine die," followed quickly by the Hallelujah chorus striking up the perennial tune, "There has to be a better way to run a state."
Exhausted legislators finally saw the closing gavel and heard the fat lady sing the "sine die," followed quickly by the Hallelujah chorus striking up the perennial tune, "There has to be a better way to run a state."
 
If you listen to the drive-by media or the zombies and trolls following Bill Barber around, you’d think North Carolina state government was now a shoe-string operation.
If you listen to the drive-by media or the zombies and trolls following Bill Barber around, you’d think North Carolina state government was now a shoe-string operation.
 
Rob "Mr. Politics" Christensen - who has spent THREE decades at The N&O missing stuff like John Edwards's blonde with the camera, Mike Easley's corruption, and Dennis Wicker stiffing a pizza guy - thinks he has the state Senate's president pro tem ALL FIGURED OUT.
Rob "Mr. Politics" Christensen - who has spent THREE decades at The N&O missing stuff like John Edwards's blonde with the camera, Mike Easley's corruption, and Dennis Wicker stiffing a pizza guy - thinks he has the state Senate's president pro tem ALL FIGURED OUT.
 
The NCGOP has the governor AND the lieutenant governor. Yet, the legislature won't have a budget agreement in place by July 1 - the start of the fiscal year.
The NCGOP has the governor AND the lieutenant governor. Yet, the legislature won't have a budget agreement in place by July 1 - the start of the fiscal year.
 
Yesterday, Thursday, June 13, 2013, the NC Senate, led by President Pro Tem Phil Berger, took a bold move towards cleaning up state government.
Yesterday, Thursday, June 13, 2013, the NC Senate, led by President Pro Tem Phil Berger, took a bold move towards cleaning up state government.
 
With the $20.1 billion budget headed to the Senate floor, lawmakers are beginning to talk seriously about ending the 2012 short session of the General Assembly. Yet a few items remain on their to-do list.
With the $20.1 billion budget headed to the Senate floor, lawmakers are beginning to talk seriously about ending the 2012 short session of the General Assembly. Yet a few items remain on their to-do list.
 
Some of the Democrats in the General Assembly have already begun The Whine about the "devastating cuts" Republicans are making to the UNC system. That's foolishness. They should, in fact, be much more substantial.
Some of the Democrats in the General Assembly have already begun The Whine about the "devastating cuts" Republicans are making to the UNC system. That's foolishness. They should, in fact, be much more substantial.
 
Here is some information about the 2012 Budget we in the House passed last Wednesday night. I voted for this budget after enduring 9 or 10 hours of listening to the Democrats whine.
Here is some information about the 2012 Budget we in the House passed last Wednesday night. I voted for this budget after enduring 9 or 10 hours of listening to the Democrats whine.
 
Last Friday, Civitas analyzed the budget proposals put forth by the five major state General Fund appropriation committees that make up the majority of the General Fund.
Last Friday, Civitas analyzed the budget proposals put forth by the five major state General Fund appropriation committees that make up the majority of the General Fund.
 
If Gov. Bev Perdue and liberal activists want to know why their Edu-scare campaign against the Republican-led General Assembly didn't work last year and won't work this year, they need only to consider the insight of essayist Kahil Gibran.
If Gov. Bev Perdue and liberal activists want to know why their Edu-scare campaign against the Republican-led General Assembly didn't work last year and won't work this year, they need only to consider the insight of essayist Kahil Gibran.
 
We in the Legislature have been busy overriding Beverly Perdue's vetoes. Yesterday we overrode her veto of SB 33, Medical Liability Reforms, SB 496, Medicaid and Health Choice Provider Requirements and SB 781, Regulatory Reform Act of 2011.
We in the Legislature have been busy overriding Beverly Perdue's vetoes. Yesterday we overrode her veto of SB 33, Medical Liability Reforms, SB 496, Medicaid and Health Choice Provider Requirements and SB 781, Regulatory Reform Act of 2011.
 
Last week was indeed a busy on as the General Assembly moved toward adjournment. I'll have more on the session later but here is the Speaker's summary of last week's action:
Last week was indeed a busy on as the General Assembly moved toward adjournment. I'll have more on the session later but here is the Speaker's summary of last week's action:
 
My update this week comes primarily from the Speaker of the House, Thom Tillis:
My update this week comes primarily from the Speaker of the House, Thom Tillis:
 
But by way of commentary, if we read the list correctly the Legislature would cut the Learn and Earn program that allows student to enroll in community college courses and get high school credits, including the Early College programs.
But by way of commentary, if we read the list correctly the Legislature would cut the Learn and Earn program that allows student to enroll in community college courses and get high school credits, including the Early College programs.
 
The N. C. House has passed what I believe to be a very responsible budget for the next biennium.
 
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