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In Part 1, we examined how our legal system developed to the point where a statutory framework that blatantly favors one class of businesses over another is constitutionally permissible. Using the historical example of Nebbia v. New York, we saw that the Court altered its jurisprudence to become...
A proposal before the General Assembly would petition Congress to call a convention of states that would entertain constitutional amendments that, if enacted by the convention, would be sent to state legislatures for ratification.
The Governor's Office issued the following statement after petitions were delivered calling on the governor to stop the issuance of specialty license plates that bear the image of the Confederate battle flag.
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
A proposal before the General Assembly would petition Congress to call a convention of states that would entertain constitutional amendments that, if enacted by the convention, would be sent to state legislatures for ratification.
The Raleigh Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a health care breakfast panel with three North Carolina hospital CEOs talking about how competition brings out the best in their health systems. Competition is healthy. Competition is a beautiful thing.
A proposal before the General Assembly would petition Congress to call a convention of states that would entertain constitutional amendments that, if enacted by the convention, would be sent to state legislatures for ratification.
After Congress repealed in 1987 the federal mandate that states maintain a certificate-of-need program for health services, which had failed spectacularly to contain costs, 14 states opted to end their CON programs. North Carolina chose to remain a CON state.
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) issued the following statement of congratulations to Eastern North Carolina's winners and participants in the 2014 Congressional Art Competition.
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