JLF: Taking Their Time Because They Can
It could be time out on the field for tax reform if a continuing resolution is passed by the North Carolina General Assembly. Sarah Curry, Director of Fiscal Policy Studies for the John Locke Foundation, explains what a continuing resolution is, the politics behind it, and its cost to taxpayers.
Taking Their Time Because They Can
By Sarah Curry
Jun. 27th, 2013
RALEIGH — For the first time since Republicans took over the North Carolina General Assembly in 2011, they are not finishing a budget plan before the start of the new budget year. The House and Senate have agreed to a temporary measure that will keep state government operating for another month while budget negotiations continue.
I would like to discuss more of the politics of the budget process and what that means for spending measures. Read more…