Print Editions

  • Volume 22, Number 7 – July 2013

    Cover • Feds unable or unwilling to stop illegal checks • Changes concern transparency advocates North Carolina • McCrory: Commerce revamp good for business, Page 2 • State’s new Medicaid computer system may face bumpy launch, Page 3 • Officials mum on joining Obamacare lawsuits, Page 4…

  • Volume 22, Number 6 – June 2013

    Cover • IRS: Women filed $1.4 million in false returns • Hager: Speaker vacuum affecting legislation North Carolina • Telemedicine touted as efficient delivery method, Page 2 • House, Senate Republicans launch competing tax reform plans, Page 3 • Hospital streamlining bill to get study panel, Page…

  • Volume 22, Number 5 – May 2013

    Cover • Stolen-identity tax refund fraud widespread • Victims surprised to learn they were SIRF targets • Three convicted in Perdue campaign probe North Carolina • Indy brewer wants out of wholesale controls, Page 2 • Senate proposes to regulate construction of transmission lines, Page 3…

  • Volume 22, Number 4 – April 2013

    Cover • Durham retiree unearths tax-fraud scheme • Dream Teamers looking to work with GOP? North Carolina • Renewable energy job-gain claims questioned, Page 2 • Legislators to deal with dueling Taxpayer Bill of Rights measures, Page 3 • Fracking bill would allow permits by 2015, Page 4…

  • Volume 22, Number 3 – March 2013

    Cover • N.C. rejects exchange, Medicaid expansion • State’s ‘unjust land grab’ attempt continues North Carolina • Renewable energy mandates may face changes, Page 2 • McCrory signs bill designed to help pay state’s UI debt to feds, Page 3 • Soles choice reveals state award shortcomings,…

  • Volume 22, Number 2 – February 2013

    Cover • New era dawns in N.C. politics • N.C. Revenue assessment notices resemble tax bills • Competing tax plans seek to spur growth North Carolina • State Bar solicits lawyer help to pay for new HQ, Page 2 • General Assembly to take another pass at…

  • Volume 22, Number 1 – January 2013

    Cover • Mountain man vs. government • Voting drives in state hospitals will continue • Lawmakers wrangle over training for bail bondsmen North Carolina • Critics: Obamacare Medicaid savings illusory, Page 2 • N.C. unemployment tax fix would retire federal debt earlier, Page 3 • 138…

  • Volume 21, Number 12 – December 2012

    Cover • Group home staff helped patients vote • GOP sweeps Executive Mansion, legislature North Carolina • McCrory mum on Obamacare state exchanges, Page 2 • N.C. voters embrace status quo in Council of State races, Page 3 • Medicaid issues face McCrory administration, Page 4…

  • Volume 21, Number 11 – November 2012

    Cover • Mental hospital voter sign-up questioned • AG Holder’s brother apparently employs illegals North Carolina • N.C. dietetics board to ramp up enforcement, Page 2 • Coastal homeowners face 30 percent increase under plan, Page 3 • Critics: Consultants can skew health spending, Page 4…

  • Volume 21, Number 10 – October 2012

    Cover • New Medicaid model could save billions • Supreme Court race will have lasting effects North Carolina • Second Perdue associate pleads guilty in probe, Page 2 • Tea Party fave vs. state employee champion in Lt. Gov’s race, Page 3 • It’s Berry vs. Brooks…