Civitas Review

Monthly Archives: August 2015

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    Charter school changes shelved?

    Posted in Civitas Review, Education By Bob Luebke | Tagged , ,

    Charter school advocates received a setback yesterday when the North Carolina House failed to concur with a Senate bill that included language to change oversight of public charter schools. The House sent HB 334 to conference committee for review. The original House bill, referenced how much in fees charter schools could charge.  However,  when the bill […]

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    House Proposes Its Own Bond Referendum

    Posted in Civitas Review, Transportation & Infrastructure By Brian Balfour | Tagged , , ,

    Budget negotiations on Jones Street have been eerily quiet for weeks, but late yesterday came news that the N.C. House is offering up a $2.8 billion bond plan, mostly dedicated to infrastructure such as state gov't and university buildings. Per the N&O: Republican leaders in the state House rolled out their own version of Gov. […]

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    Civitas asks for Investigation into "Clean Energy" PAC's Campaign Reporting

    Posted in Civitas Review, Elections & Campaigns, Politicians & Politicking By Susan Myrick | Tagged , , , ,

    In a letter to the State Board of Elections Chairman, Josh Howard, Civitas President, Francis De Luca asked the Board to investigate the campaign reporting practices of the North Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (NCCEBA) PAC – Kristin Laster, Treasurer. Click Here  to read the letter delivered to Howard and State Board of Elections' Executive Director, Kim […]

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