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An effort to cap the state income tax rate was removed quietly from the Senate's calendar on Wednesday, one day after that body's Finance Committee gave the proposed change to the N.C. Constitution a thumbs up
An effort to cap the state income tax rate was removed quietly from the Senate's calendar on Wednesday, one day after that body's Finance Committee gave the proposed change to the N.C. Constitution a thumbs up
 
Nearly 20 members of the General Assembly, including several powerful veteran lawmakers, will not be running for re-election in 2016, and that number could swell as the candidate filing period that opens today at noon moves forward
Nearly 20 members of the General Assembly, including several powerful veteran lawmakers, will not be running for re-election in 2016, and that number could swell as the candidate filing period that opens today at noon moves forward
 
The North Carolina Senate tentatively passed legislation Monday night to opt out of participation in several expensive provisions of Obamacare.
The North Carolina Senate tentatively passed legislation Monday night to opt out of participation in several expensive provisions of Obamacare.
 
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced Monday he plans to reappoint Sen. Jerry Tillman (R-Randolph) and Sen. Dan Soucek (R-Watauga) as co-chairmen of the Senate Committee on Education/Higher Education when the legislature convenes early next year.
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) announced Monday he plans to reappoint Sen. Jerry Tillman (R-Randolph) and Sen. Dan Soucek (R-Watauga) as co-chairmen of the Senate Committee on Education/Higher Education when the legislature convenes early next year.
 
As the 2012 short session of the General Assembly approaches adjournment, smaller health insurance companies are still fighting for a bill that they hope would make the industry more competitive in the state.
As the 2012 short session of the General Assembly approaches adjournment, smaller health insurance companies are still fighting for a bill that they hope would make the industry more competitive in the state.
 
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