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December Legislative Report

HAPPIER NEW YEAR, THEY HOPE With the end of 2013 in sight, North Carolina government officials already are looking to 2014 for a fresh start. And that includes legislators, the governor and his cabinet, and the congressional delegation. The Republican-led … Continue reading

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WE HAVE … ER, HAD … A BUDGET

This morning Gov. Perdue announced she will veto the $20.4 billion budget adopted by the General Assembly. She has opposed cuts to public education and had asked leaders of the House and Senate to consider adding $200 million for classroom … Continue reading

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WORKERS COMP CRACKDOWN COMING

When cash flow dries up to a trickle and orders shrink, businesses look for any opportunity to cut costs. For an estimated 30,000 businesses in North Carolina, the ax has fallen on Worker Compensation Insurance. Recent media reports dealing with … Continue reading

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