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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...
Mar. 24th Education DPI: Some NC schools have more FRL applicants than students
Mar. 20th Health Care Piecemeal CON Reform Already Causing A Stir Amongst Hospitals
Mar. 19th Rights & Regulation The negative economic effects of North Carolina's RPS mandate
Mar. 19th Economics & Environment Republicans vs the Republican Party Platform
Mar. 17th Legal Update More Map Act News
Mar. 17th Education Superintendents: Here today, paid, and gone tomorrow
Mar. 16th Fiscal Insight Spending outside the General Fund
Mar. 13th Rights & Regulation A beckoning opportunity for health care reform
Mar. 13th Health Care A Recap of King v Burwell
Mar. 12th Economics & Environment Three cheers for Koch Industries: they are not knuckling under
Mar. 11th Legal Update Who Ya Gonna Call?
Mar. 9th Fiscal Insight The Governor's Biennial Budget Plan
Mar. 5th Legal Update A Short Step on a Long Road
Mar. 5th Economics & Environment Senate's Eco-intimidators launch assault on JLF
Mar. 5th Education An overview of Governor McCrory's K-12 education budget
Mar. 4th Health Care Will The Supreme Court Force Obamacare To Operate As Written?
Mar. 4th Fiscal Insight Tough decisions to be made about incentives and the gas tax
Mar. 3rd Rights & Regulation The FCC's bad decision to overturn state law concerning municipal broadband


DateResearch TopicNewsletter
Feb. 27th Economics & Environment Health care freedom
Feb. 26th Rights & Regulation Two recently concluded legal battles over anticompetitive occupational licensing in N.C.
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