Certified: The Need to Repeal CON: Counter to Their Intent, Certificate of Need Laws Raise Health Care Costs
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This policy paper by John Locke Foundation Vice President of Resarch Roy Cordato explains the effects of North Carolina's recent tax reforms, as well as the implications and imperatives of further
Since the 1940s, over a million wells have used hydraulic fracturing -- fracking -- safely.
In fiscal year 2014-15, North Carolina's General Fund budget rose by 2.2 percent, to $21.1 billion.
Local and state officials from Haywood County have proposed a resolution that would increase the county’s occupancy tax by 50 percent. Any increase in the tax rate should be put forward
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This spotlight from JLF, contends that the budget for North Carolina's General Fund spending totals $20.6 billion for fiscal year 2013-14, is only a 2.5 percent increase from the previous yea
In this March 2013 front page issue of the Carolina Journal, Dan Way reports that the legislature sent a bill to NC Governor Pay McCrory to ban Medicaid expansion and to not participate in the heal