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2015

April

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Apr. 23rd Rights & Regulation Proposing a 118th government program to help renewable energy in North Carolina
Apr. 23rd Economics & Environment Solar cronyism overtakes Jones Street
Apr. 21st Legal Update NC House Passes Map Act Repeal Bill
Apr. 20th Fiscal Insight Does NC need a new Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs?
Apr. 20th Health Care Rethinking Medicaid
Apr. 17th Health Care Will Repealing Certificate Of Need Laws Lead To Patient Cherry Picking?
Apr. 16th Fiscal Insight How long did you work to pay your taxes this year?
Apr. 16th Economics & Environment It's time to end NC's forced usage of renewable energy
Apr. 16th Rights & Regulation Reliable, least-cost electricity is the best policy
Apr. 14th Legal Update The 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta Is Around the Corner
Apr. 14th Education Partisan school board elections are a good idea
Apr. 10th Economics & Environment Japan to expand use of coal
Apr. 8th Education Fewer college students choosing education nationwide
Apr. 8th Rights & Regulation Electricity isn't primarily about jobs; it's about the price at the flip of the switch
Apr. 7th Fiscal Insight Does NC need a new Department of Information Technology?
Apr. 7th Legal Update News from New London
Apr. 2nd Health Care Certificate of Need: House files for reform, Senate wants repeal
Apr. 2nd Rights & Regulation Nonsense with big numbers: how to get legislators to support your industry
Apr. 1st Education One teacher's indictment of Common Core math
Apr. 1st Economics & Environment Mercedes's decision saves North Carolina taxpayers over $18 million and North Carolina businesses much more

March

DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Mar. 31st Legal Update Good News About Asset Forfeiture, Continued
Mar. 26th Rights & Regulation Academic center: Reform licensing to help people in poverty find work and opportunity
Mar. 25th Legal Update Lucky to Be Here
Mar. 24th Economics & Environment My bad: Principles of NC Republican Party no longer preclude "corporate welfare" or "higher taxes on the many to provide preferential treatment for the few"
Mar. 24th Fiscal Insight A lot going on with your tax dollars in the NC Legislature...
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