Carolina Journal (page 14)

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    Regulatory Reform Is Working in NC: 1,465 Rules Killed So Far

    Unnecessary rules and regulations hamper economic growth. That’s why it’s so important to have an ongoing rules review process in place. In North Carolina, that’s exactly what’s occurring. In this Carolina Journal story by Dan Way, he looks at how North Carolina stacks up against other states and reports…
    Donna Martinez, September 1, 2017
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    State Justices Hear Two Challenges To Legislative Power

    North Carolina’s Supreme Court has been asked to throw out legislative and congressional districts and declare the bipartisan elections and ethics board unconstitutional. Rick Henderson reports for Carolina Journal. The power struggle between the Republican-led General Assembly and Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper resumed Monday in two cases argued in…
    Donna Martinez, August 30, 2017
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    MLS stadium Plans For Charlotte and Raleigh About to Flop?

    Mecklenburg County refuses to subsidize a stadium while Raleigh bid proposes stadium on state-owned land. Carolina Journal compares the two plans for the possible expansion of MLS into North Carolina. Details here.
    Donna Martinez, August 7, 2017
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    N&O Cites Don Carrington’s Reporting On Questions Over Mattamuskeet Lodge

    The News & Observer is reporting on the Hyde County Mattamuskeet lodge that has drawn scrutiny from Carolina Journal. From the N&O: The state has spent about $5.7 million on building repairs since 2007, and the report estimates that an additional $8.3 million is needed to complete the renovation…
    Donna Martinez, July 26, 2017