Editorial by Rocky Mount Telegram, July 26, 2014. The N.C. Senate last week inexplicably approved a Medicaid reform plan that is all but dead on arrival in the N.C. House and opposed by Gov. Pat McCrory. The Senate took this action as negotiations between the two chambers remain at a standstill over a budget plan […]
by Mark Binker, WRAL, July 26, 2014. Top leaders in the House and Senate say they have agreed to the framework that will allow them to complete a budget deal in the coming week – a month behind schedule. According to multiple sources, the $21 billion spending plan will provide slightly more than a 7 […]
by Laura Leslie, WRAL, July 25, 2014. New figures from legislative analysts confirm the 2013 cut to individual income tax rates is costing the state far more than originally projected. Last year, Republican leaders authored a plan to cut income taxes from a three-tiered marginal system of 6 percent, 7 percent and 7.75 percent to […]
Topics: Legislative Adjournment, North Carolina Voters, Tell us something we don’t know! Panelists: Brad Crone, Political Consultant Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch Becki Gray, Columnist, Carolina Journal John Hood, President, The John Locke Foundation Tom Campbell, Moderator
This After SPIN! Video from July 20 program: John reflects on the fact that Charlotte is reported to be the 6th highest medical cost in the nation.