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It will help the economy recover.
 
In the latest case where a male student sued his college over the unfair procedures it used to expel him, Colgate University in New York will go to trial.
In the latest case where a male student sued his college over the unfair procedures it used to expel him, Colgate University in New York will go to trial.
 
Most states are following the president's reopening guidelines.
 
What comes to mind when you think of the term “health care delivery?” Most people probably think of entities like doctors’ offices, insurers, hospitals, and pharmacies.
What comes to mind when you think of the term “health care delivery?” Most people probably think of entities like doctors’ offices, insurers, hospitals, and pharmacies.
 
The clock is ticking on hemp licenses for North Carolina farmers.
 
North Carolina is grappling with systemic shortages in mental health care, and regulations are making it worse — often disproportionately hurting veterans and the state’s most vulnerable residents.
North Carolina is grappling with systemic shortages in mental health care, and regulations are making it worse — often disproportionately hurting veterans and the state’s most vulnerable residents.
 
President Donald J. Trump is modernizing environmental regulations to deliver infrastructure projects that will improve our communities.
 
On August 17, 2001, the President issued Executive Order 13222 pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
On August 17, 2001, the President issued Executive Order 13222 pursuant to the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.).
 
Fiery arguments over hemp regulation smoldered out Wednesday, July 24, when House members reversed feverish efforts to criminalize the plant’s smokable flower.
Fiery arguments over hemp regulation smoldered out Wednesday, July 24, when House members reversed feverish efforts to criminalize the plant’s smokable flower.
 
A bill that would ease restrictive regulations on N.C. craft distillers is closer to becoming law.
A bill that would ease restrictive regulations on N.C. craft distillers is closer to becoming law.
 
Just days after warning of the need to regulate solar panel disposal, Sen. Paul Newton, R-Cabarrus, scrapped his bill for a relaxed version.
Just days after warning of the need to regulate solar panel disposal, Sen. Paul Newton, R-Cabarrus, scrapped his bill for a relaxed version.
 
While North Carolina continues to seek ways to fill medical provider voids across the state, government regulations block one partial solution.
While North Carolina continues to seek ways to fill medical provider voids across the state, government regulations block one partial solution.
 
Legislative opponents of certificate of need laws are confident. This may be the year they prevail against the restrictive health-care regulations.
Legislative opponents of certificate of need laws are confident. This may be the year they prevail against the restrictive health-care regulations.
 
Raleigh residents soon won’t see Bird or Lime e-scooters zipping around town.
Raleigh residents soon won’t see Bird or Lime e-scooters zipping around town.
 
Given the legislative logjams created by a divided federal government, it's safe to say that the chances of major health care reform in Congress are very low.
Given the legislative logjams created by a divided federal government, it's safe to say that the chances of major health care reform in Congress are very low.
 
An ever-growing maze of regulations, rules, restrictions has cost our country trillions and trillions of dollars, millions of jobs, countless American factories, and devastated many industries.
An ever-growing maze of regulations, rules, restrictions has cost our country trillions and trillions of dollars, millions of jobs, countless American factories, and devastated many industries.
 
TMc: New Possum Hunting Regulations 1935
 
Since 2010, when voters put Republicans in charge of most state governments across the United States, North Carolina became one of about a half-dozen states where conservative reformers have frequently - and sometimes spectacularly - faced off with progressives in ways that have attracted significan
Since 2010, when voters put Republicans in charge of most state governments across the United States, North Carolina became one of about a half-dozen states where conservative reformers have frequently - and sometimes spectacularly - faced off with progressives in ways that have attracted significan
 
Impulsive legislative action over four infant deaths at a Cary natural birth center operated by midwives could limit access to a healthy, lower-cost alternative for expectant mothers, says one of North Carolina's top nurse midwives
Impulsive legislative action over four infant deaths at a Cary natural birth center operated by midwives could limit access to a healthy, lower-cost alternative for expectant mothers, says one of North Carolina's top nurse midwives
 
We're ending intrusive EPA regulations that kill jobs, hurt family farmers and ranchers, and raise the price of energy so quickly and so substantially.
We're ending intrusive EPA regulations that kill jobs, hurt family farmers and ranchers, and raise the price of energy so quickly and so substantially.
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, received notification from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that they would not force U.S. institutions to follow the new European MiFID II regulations
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC), a member of the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee, received notification from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that they would not force U.S. institutions to follow the new European MiFID II regulations
 
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) joined six of his congressional colleagues in urging the Trump administration to restore fishing access off the coast of the Northeastern United States
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) joined six of his congressional colleagues in urging the Trump administration to restore fishing access off the coast of the Northeastern United States
 
An effort to raise the number of barrels North Carolina's craft brewers can produce before they have to procure a distributor has failed
An effort to raise the number of barrels North Carolina's craft brewers can produce before they have to procure a distributor has failed
 
Some things are clear - lower taxes, fewer regulations, skilled workers, and efficient infrastructure lead to economic growth
Some things are clear - lower taxes, fewer regulations, skilled workers, and efficient infrastructure lead to economic growth
 
EPA regulations put Mom and Pop service stations out of business but the photos remain to teach the way we were in times past.
EPA regulations put Mom and Pop service stations out of business but the photos remain to teach the way we were in times past.
 
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-03) continued his opposition to expansion of the marine sanctuary system off the Atlantic Coast.
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-03) continued his opposition to expansion of the marine sanctuary system off the Atlantic Coast.
 
Everyone probably knows government regulations are a problem for small farmers.
Everyone probably knows government regulations are a problem for small farmers.
 
Today, Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) issued the following statement after a federal appeals court ruling.
 
Imagine a college student who has just formed a student group. In order to generate interest in this group, the student goes to the student union and passes out flyers for the inaugural meeting
Imagine a college student who has just formed a student group. In order to generate interest in this group, the student goes to the student union and passes out flyers for the inaugural meeting
 
Last week I had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee (you can view my presentation here)...
Last week I had the honor of speaking in favor of occupational licensing reform before a legislative oversight committee (you can view my presentation here)...
 
After the Supreme Court sided with North Carolina and 26 other states, halting the implementation of the EPA's overreaching power plant rules, NCGOP Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse released the following statement...
After the Supreme Court sided with North Carolina and 26 other states, halting the implementation of the EPA's overreaching power plant rules, NCGOP Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse released the following statement...
 
Roy Cooper is not doing his job as attorney general and hard-working North Carolinians are paying the price. By siding with Washington, D.C. and not fighting the federal government's crushing regulations, Roy Cooper is punishing everyone from teachers to nurses to seniors on fixed incomes by...
Roy Cooper is not doing his job as attorney general and hard-working North Carolinians are paying the price. By siding with Washington, D.C. and not fighting the federal government's crushing regulations, Roy Cooper is punishing everyone from teachers to nurses to seniors on fixed incomes by...
 
In Part 1, we examined how our legal system developed to the point where a statutory framework that blatantly favors one class of businesses over another is constitutionally permissible. Using the historical example of Nebbia v. New York, we saw that the Court altered its jurisprudence to become...
In Part 1, we examined how our legal system developed to the point where a statutory framework that blatantly favors one class of businesses over another is constitutionally permissible. Using the historical example of Nebbia v. New York, we saw that the Court altered its jurisprudence to become...
 
In recent years, the microbrew industry in North Carolina has come into conflict with state regulations artificially limiting the growth of an otherwise booming business model. Specifically, North Carolina law mandates that a microbrewery may only distribute and sell its own beer if it sells less...
In recent years, the microbrew industry in North Carolina has come into conflict with state regulations artificially limiting the growth of an otherwise booming business model. Specifically, North Carolina law mandates that a microbrewery may only distribute and sell its own beer if it sells less...
 
This report is an attempt to identify the scope and cost of regulations in the state of North Carolina in a manner more comprehensive than the surveys offered by business climate indices. By these measures, North Carolina's record is mixed in terms of regulatory burden depending on the measure used.
This report is an attempt to identify the scope and cost of regulations in the state of North Carolina in a manner more comprehensive than the surveys offered by business climate indices. By these measures, North Carolina's record is mixed in terms of regulatory burden depending on the measure used.
 
State regulations cost North Carolina at least $3.1 billion and as much as $25 billion each year, according to a new economic analysis compiled for the John Locke Foundation. JLF is releasing the analysis along with its own report recommending a new tool to fight state regulatory overreach
State regulations cost North Carolina at least $3.1 billion and as much as $25 billion each year, according to a new economic analysis compiled for the John Locke Foundation. JLF is releasing the analysis along with its own report recommending a new tool to fight state regulatory overreach
 
Governor Pat McCrory said today the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) new regulations on electric power plants will increase power bills for North Carolina consumers and threaten job creation while doing little to improve the state's air quality.
Governor Pat McCrory said today the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) new regulations on electric power plants will increase power bills for North Carolina consumers and threaten job creation while doing little to improve the state's air quality.
 
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of legislation that would require congressional approval of federal rules that impose significant burdens on the American economy. H.R. 427.
This week, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) voted in favor of legislation that would require congressional approval of federal rules that impose significant burdens on the American economy. H.R. 427.
 
New research from the Institute for Energy Research shows more than ever before how the Obama administration's approach to energy policy is fulfilling the president's 2008 vision of "necessarily skyrocket[ing]" electricity rates.
New research from the Institute for Energy Research shows more than ever before how the Obama administration's approach to energy policy is fulfilling the president's 2008 vision of "necessarily skyrocket[ing]" electricity rates.
 
"'It was a nightmare': Man warns NC homeowners about little-known land rule," blared a headline from WRAL this week. Here is a snippet from the story...
"'It was a nightmare': Man warns NC homeowners about little-known land rule," blared a headline from WRAL this week. Here is a snippet from the story...
 
Six times as many drones could be flying above our heads as commercial airplanes within the next five years. Growth in use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is generating increased interest in safety and regulatory issues.
Six times as many drones could be flying above our heads as commercial airplanes within the next five years. Growth in use of drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, is generating increased interest in safety and regulatory issues.
 
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