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DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Jun. 26th Economics & Environment Skvarla on why solar subsidies should eventually end: "we need to start incentivizing other areas to grow to the stature that solar has achieved."
Jun. 25th Rights & Regulation Study authors surprised to discover energy-efficiency programs cost more than they're worth
Jun. 24th Education Low SAT scores = bad teachers?
Jun. 24th Legal Update Still Effective After 800 Years
Jun. 24th Health Care SCOTUS Could Rule On King v Burwell As Early As Tomorrow
Jun. 18th Economics & Environment Why Not a "Carbon" Tax
Jun. 18th Rights & Regulation Debating North Carolina's renewable energy policies
Jun. 18th Health Care Senate HHS Budget Unleashes Some Game Changing Line Items
Jun. 17th Legal Update North Carolina Gets High Marks for Its Asset Forfeiture Policy
Jun. 16th Education An overview of the NC Senate K-12 education budget
Jun. 16th Fiscal Insight The Senate has released their Budget
Jun. 12th Rights & Regulation Article cautions legislature against acquiescing to the EPA's takeover
Jun. 12th Health Care A Rundown Of The House's Medicaid Reform Bill
Jun. 11th Education NC begins globalization push in schools
Jun. 10th Legal Update Freedom of Speech Under Attack, continued...
Jun. 10th Economics & Environment Wind Turbines: First it was birds and bats, now possibly seals
Jun. 9th Fiscal Insight Budget Updates
Jun. 5th Health Care That's Right North Carolina, A Potential 25 Percent Average Rate Increase For Blue Cross and Blue Shield Obamacare Customers
Jun. 5th Rights & Regulation Reports discuss the high costs of government mandates in health care and energy policy
Jun. 4th Legal Update Freedom of Speech Under Attack
Jun. 4th Fiscal Insight The State Budget and Where NC Ranks
Jun. 4th Economics & Environment Are supplies of "finite" natural resources really fixed?
Jun. 3rd Education Today is the five-year anniversary of Common Core in NC


DateResearch TopicNewsletter
May. 29th Economics & Environment NC has 8th highest beer tax in the nation
May. 29th Rights & Regulation Renewable industry report admits renewable energy partly responsible for electricity rate increases
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