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Legislative Activity Archives

  1. Jan
    14

    Civitas' Legislative Agenda: Top 5 for 2015

    Posted in Legislative Activity By Brian Balfour | Tagged , , , , , , ,

    Today marks the opening day of the 2015 legislative session. Being an odd-numbered year, this will be a "long session" (due to its earlier start date) and will include the development of the FY 2015-17 biennial budget bill. Lawmakers will also be confronting many other pressing issues. The Civitas Institute today released its legislative agenda […]

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    Dec
    19

    5 Key Factors on Fracking Rules

    Posted in Environment & Energy, Legislative Activity By Jim Tynen | Tagged , , , ,

    If you want a more accurate picture of energy development in NC than the mainstream media provide, check out this story in NC Capitol Connection. Let’s look at five key factors. Is NC rushing headfirst into hydraulic fracturing? The opposite is true: the Tar Heel State has dragged its feet on the process, also known […]

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    Jul
    15

    'Raise the Age' Looks Dead … for Now

    Posted in Legislative Activity By Angela Hight | Tagged ,

    HB 725 “Raise the Age” may be dead for this year, but don’t be surprised if we see it again. The North Carolina General Assembly website indicates the bill is “held in the Senate Clerk’s Office,” which means the Senate has not even considered the bill for this legislative session. That’s why it looks dead […]

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    Jun
    23

    Moral Monday Strikes Its Tent

    Posted in Elections & Campaigns, Legislative Activity, Politicians & Politicking By Civitas Staff | Tagged ,

    So it was just a show all along. At the Monday rally at Halifax Mall, the Rev. William Barber announced that it was the last Moral Monday rally. It was no longer going to be Moral Mondays, he said. Now it was "a Moral March … to the polls!" So the protesters aren't a powerless, […]

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    Jun
    17

    Who Is Endorsing Rev. Barber's Moral Monday Demands?

    Posted in Budget & Taxes, Legislative Activity, Politicians & Politicking By Francis De Luca

    The short answer is NOBODY actually supports Rev. Barber except for his protesters! As documented by Brian Balfour, and others, the demands of the "Rev" William Barber will add up for NC Taxpayers to the tune of around $10 Billion. That is a lot even by Dr. Evil standards. At yesterday's protest we asked legislators and Protest leaders (Picture […]