Policy Report

The First 100 Days: Eleven Action Items for the 2011 Legislative Session

posted on in Economic Growth & Development, Education (PreK-12), Energy & Environment, Government Reform, Health Care & Human Services, Property Rights, Spending & Taxes
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This report highlights eleven action items that North Carolina’s new General Assembly should seek to implement in the first 100 days of the 2011 legislative session. These items touch upon a cross section of public policy areas, including education, economic development, property rights, energy and the environment, health care, the budget, and transparency. We at the John Locke Foundation believe that these items represent straightforward actions that would greatly enhance the liberty and prosperity of North Carolina’s citizens.

The First 100 Days: Eleven Action Items for the 2011 Legislative Session

Terry Stoops is the Director of Education Studies at the John Locke Foundation. Before joining the Locke Foundation, he worked as the program assistant for the Child Welfare Education Programs at the University of Pittsburgh. After crossing the Mason-Dixon Line,… ...

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