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At almost the same moment our state was boasting of a $900 million cash surplus, one important sector of state government was encountering serious shortfalls.
At almost the same moment our state was boasting of a $900 million cash surplus, one important sector of state government was encountering serious shortfalls.
 
In a year when our state is stashing more than $700 million into surplus funds, the recent state budget appears to target the Department of Health and Human Services for punishment.
In a year when our state is stashing more than $700 million into surplus funds, the recent state budget appears to target the Department of Health and Human Services for punishment.
 
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
 
The 2019-20 General Assembly session is well under way. Bills are being filed and committees are meeting, but the attention will soon fall on the biennial budget, which the governor introduced this week and included new and expanded spending, including a 9.1 percent raise for teachers
The 2019-20 General Assembly session is well under way. Bills are being filed and committees are meeting, but the attention will soon fall on the biennial budget, which the governor introduced this week and included new and expanded spending, including a 9.1 percent raise for teachers
 
Iraq needs help in spending a Budget Surplus and our Congress knows how to do just that.
Iraq needs help in spending a Budget Surplus and our Congress knows how to do just that.
 
On most days and most roads, most drivers treat posted speed limits as the recommended speed
On most days and most roads, most drivers treat posted speed limits as the recommended speed
 
Legislative leaders removed some of the guesswork for the legislative short session starting May 16 by announcing they agreed to a $23.917 billion spending plan for the 2018-19 state budget
Legislative leaders removed some of the guesswork for the legislative short session starting May 16 by announcing they agreed to a $23.917 billion spending plan for the 2018-19 state budget
 
$265.8 million; remember that number. That's North Carolina's projected revenue surplus, according to the Fiscal Research Division (FRD) of the North Carolina General Assembly
$265.8 million; remember that number. That's North Carolina's projected revenue surplus, according to the Fiscal Research Division (FRD) of the North Carolina General Assembly
 
The House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a bill aimed at beefing up the state's rainy day fund
The House on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a bill aimed at beefing up the state's rainy day fund
 
North Carolina should end the budget year more than a half-billion dollars above revenue projections, and House and Senate Republican leadership swiftly credited their tax-cutting, and regulatory-relief policies for the positive budget news
North Carolina should end the budget year more than a half-billion dollars above revenue projections, and House and Senate Republican leadership swiftly credited their tax-cutting, and regulatory-relief policies for the positive budget news
 
Despite the threats from outside sources, this past week, the General Assembly's Fiscal Research Division and the Office of State Budget and Management released a report that North Carolina is expected to have a half billion dollar surplus this year
Despite the threats from outside sources, this past week, the General Assembly's Fiscal Research Division and the Office of State Budget and Management released a report that North Carolina is expected to have a half billion dollar surplus this year
 
One of the great myths bought into by much of the general public, politicians, and media pundits is that trade deficits are bad for the economy
One of the great myths bought into by much of the general public, politicians, and media pundits is that trade deficits are bad for the economy
 
Here's the good news: North Carolina's state budget is solidly in the black
Here's the good news: North Carolina's state budget is solidly in the black
 
After closing the fiscal year that ended June 30 with a $425 million revenue surplus, the first quarter of the new fiscal year has yielded a surplus of $191 million
After closing the fiscal year that ended June 30 with a $425 million revenue surplus, the first quarter of the new fiscal year has yielded a surplus of $191 million
 
Governor Pat McCrory applauded North Carolina's strong revenue growth during the first quarter of the fiscal year, which is largely driven by strong wage growth and employment gains.
Governor Pat McCrory applauded North Carolina's strong revenue growth during the first quarter of the fiscal year, which is largely driven by strong wage growth and employment gains.
 
The McCrory campaign today launched a new TV ad, "Economy," highlighting the progress made since 2013 to create jobs, lower taxes and turn budget deficits into surpluses.
The McCrory campaign today launched a new TV ad, "Economy," highlighting the progress made since 2013 to create jobs, lower taxes and turn budget deficits into surpluses.
 
The final numbers are in on North Carolina's budget surplus. They are informative. They ought to provoke significant debate and discussion. Instead, they have gotten virtually no media coverage or public comment
The final numbers are in on North Carolina's budget surplus. They are informative. They ought to provoke significant debate and discussion. Instead, they have gotten virtually no media coverage or public comment
 
In another encouraging sign for North Carolina's economy, Governor Pat McCrory announced today that for the third time this year, the State Budget Office has revised revenue figures upward above May projections by $95 million
In another encouraging sign for North Carolina's economy, Governor Pat McCrory announced today that for the third time this year, the State Budget Office has revised revenue figures upward above May projections by $95 million
 
As of January 31, state government had collected $12.1 billion in General Fund revenue and expended $11.2 billion on education, Medicaid, and other state programs since the beginning of the 2015-16 fiscal year
As of January 31, state government had collected $12.1 billion in General Fund revenue and expended $11.2 billion on education, Medicaid, and other state programs since the beginning of the 2015-16 fiscal year
 
Final revenue figures for the fiscal year ending on June 30 reveal that North Carolina has a $445 million revenue surplus.
Final revenue figures for the fiscal year ending on June 30 reveal that North Carolina has a $445 million revenue surplus.
 
For the second straight fiscal year, the North Carolina Medicaid program ended the year with cash on hand.
For the second straight fiscal year, the North Carolina Medicaid program ended the year with cash on hand.
 
Governor Pat McCrory announced today very positive news for the state of North Carolina, which includes an estimated revenue surplus of approximately $400 million dollars for the current fiscal year which ends June 30. Previous consensus budget forecasts predicted a revenue shortfall of...
Governor Pat McCrory announced today very positive news for the state of North Carolina, which includes an estimated revenue surplus of approximately $400 million dollars for the current fiscal year which ends June 30. Previous consensus budget forecasts predicted a revenue shortfall of...
 
A new report from State Auditor Beth Wood says that the State Surplus Property office likely isn't getting all the revenue it could for taxpayers because of its bidding process, and suggests that the office move to an online bidding process similar to eBay.
A new report from State Auditor Beth Wood says that the State Surplus Property office likely isn't getting all the revenue it could for taxpayers because of its bidding process, and suggests that the office move to an online bidding process similar to eBay.
 
It's that time of the year when government (cities, towns, school boards and the state) prepare their budgets (actually our budgets) to run government for the people.
It's that time of the year when government (cities, towns, school boards and the state) prepare their budgets (actually our budgets) to run government for the people.
 
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