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The news that North Carolina's state General Fund budget revenue is now predicted to come in $400 million above original estimates caused the Left to go into full spin mode. For months, liberal progressives were fretting about the end of Western Civilization as we know it due to earlier...
Never let it be said that I am against all tax increases. Please raise the tax on state and local government bonds - immediately. The federal tax deduction on these bonds has a fiscal impact of about $20 billion a year. Most states have income taxes, and most link their deductions in one way...
Never let it be said that I am against all tax increases. Please raise the tax on state and local government bonds - immediately. The federal tax deduction on these bonds has a fiscal impact of about $20 billion a year. Most states have income taxes, and most link their deductions in one way...
The news that North Carolina's state General Fund budget revenue is now predicted to come in $400 million above original estimates caused the Left to go into full spin mode. For months, liberal progressives were fretting about the end of Western Civilization as we know it due to earlier...
Never let it be said that I am against all tax increases. Please raise the tax on state and local government bonds - immediately. The federal tax deduction on these bonds has a fiscal impact of about $20 billion a year. Most states have income taxes, and most link their deductions in one way...
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory yesterday unveiled his recommended budget adjustments for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The governor's plan would make changes to the second year of the two-year state budget plan passed last year.
The Republican primary for House District 94, which includes all of Alleghany County and most of Wilkes County, features two candidates with political experience and who should be familiar to Wilkes Countians.
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