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To kick off the New Year, the Cato Institute hosted its 9th annual health policy conference, where I and other attendees were heavily briefed on the status and potential implications of King V Burwell - better known as one of the Obamacare "subsidy lawsuits."
Tom Ross is on the way out as president of the University of North Carolina - although he will remain in his position until January 2016. While Ross's departure was inevitable, it is puzzling that John Fennebresque, who serves as chairman of the system's Board of Governors, extended Ross's tenure...
To the extent that Roy Cooper has a reasonable chance of defeating Gov. Pat McCrory for reelection, it's because many of his fellow Democrats failed in their efforts to change the electoral process in 1980s and early 1990s.
It looks as if the recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in King v. Burwell transpired as expected. While all justices must follow the golden rule that a statute cannot be interpreted in isolation but instead must be read in full context, there were differing opinions as to whether Congress...
To the extent that Roy Cooper has a reasonable chance of defeating Gov. Pat McCrory for reelection, it's because many of his fellow Democrats failed in their efforts to change the electoral process in 1980s and early 1990s.
It looks as if the recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in King v. Burwell transpired as expected. While all justices must follow the golden rule that a statute cannot be interpreted in isolation but instead must be read in full context, there were differing opinions as to whether Congress...
Tom Ross is on the way out as president of the University of North Carolina - although he will remain in his position until January 2016. While Ross's departure was inevitable, it is puzzling that John Fennebresque, who serves as chairman of the system's Board of Governors, extended Ross's tenure...
It looks as if the recent U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in King v. Burwell transpired as expected. While all justices must follow the golden rule that a statute cannot be interpreted in isolation but instead must be read in full context, there were differing opinions as to whether Congress...
To the extent that Roy Cooper has a reasonable chance of defeating Gov. Pat McCrory for reelection, it's because many of his fellow Democrats failed in their efforts to change the electoral process in 1980s and early 1990s.
Governor Pat McCrory formally opened the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles' new flagship state-of-the art office today in Huntersville and highlighted improved DMV customer service across the state. As part of those changes the governor also announced that, starting today, most newcomers to the...
While House and Senate leaders remain at odds over the state's $21.1 billion General Fund budget and teacher pay increases, they have found common ground on another subject -- replacing Common Core standards.
The state legislature is back in session this week. The consensus around the state capital is that this year's "short session" will live up to its name. But just because legislators won't be in town for very long doesn't mean they shouldn't address some important issues.
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