Tag:driver’s ed

  • Lawmakers return to Raleigh, immediately get to work

    Lawmakers began filing bills, assigned committee members, and remembered a former state representative as the N.C. General Assembly returned to the state capital after a two-week break. Democratic leaders laid out an agenda they hope the Republican majority might consider. Sen. Dan Blue, D-Wake, and Rep. Darren…

  • Lawmakers Trying To Halt Highway Fund Diversions

    RALEIGH — The General Fund pays for most state government programs, including public schools, higher education, prisons, and human services programs. Most highway programs are financed by either the Highway Fund or the Highway Trust Fund, which get their revenues from gasoline taxes, highway use taxes, auto sales taxes, and vehicle…