• Weekly Report 2002-12-16

    In This Issue: ———————————————————————- Feature 1 – Day of Reckoning Feature 2 – Academic Freedom Feature 3 – Not-So-Bright Beginnings ———————————————————————– Feature 1 Day of Reckoning No more quick fixes; states must cut…

  • Weekly Report 2002-12-02

    In This Issue: ———————————————————————- Feature 1 – Tax Problems Acknowledged Feature 2 – NC’s Subsidized Students Feature 3 – ‘ACLU for Real Americans’ —————————————————————————— Feature 1 Tax Problems Acknowledged Economic Development Board releases strategic…

  • NC House Campaigns, Pt. 3

    Continuing your guided tour of the most competitive House races in North Carolina this year, let’s take a look at the Sandhills region of the state. In Fayetteville proper, there are two races that merit close attention.

  • Weekly Report 2002-09-09

    In This Issue: ———————————————————————- Feature 1 – Cost of Stimulus Bill Soars Feature 2 – LEAF Director Defends Roles Feature 3 –  Stretching the Rules   ———————————————————————————- Feature 1 Cost of Stimulus Bill Soars…

  • Weekly Report 2002-07-29

    In This Issue: ———————————————————————- Feature 1 – New Districts Lead to Dropouts Feature 2 – Republicans Join Tax Raisers Feature 3 – College Kids Take Over GTP ———————————————————————————- Feature 1 New Districts Lead to Dropouts…

  • Volume 11, Number 7 – July 2002

    Cover • In September 2001, Gov . Mike Easley signed a “budget for education.” It began last summer as the “Education Revenue Act.” At least that is what legislators were calling it. Now hopes for education to remain a priority during North Carolina’s budget disaster are fizzling as officials look…

  • Volume 11, Number 6 – June 2002

    Cover • A new report from the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy calls for a moratorium on the sale of higher-education bonds approved by North Carolina voters in 2000. It also criticizes the University of North Carolina system for not giving repair and renovation projects top priority and for…

  • Volume 11, Number 4 – April 2002

    Cover • It could be deja vu all over again. Raleigh lawyer Gene Boyce, who has successfully sued the state over unconstitutional tax issues in the past, may be gearing up for another battle because of the General Assembly’s retroactive income tax increase last year. Page 1 North Carolina • It wasn’t…

  • Weekly Report 2002-02-18

    In this issue Feature 1 – GTP Studies Miss Deadline Ahead of the Curve Feature 2 – Code Blue for Medicaid Capital Quotes Feature 3 – Novak Reviews Bush Coming Up On the Cutting Edge…