Why Green Energy Mandates Are Not Right For NC BY JOHN DUDLEY April 20, 2014 The News & Observer Should good intentions or correct facts determine energy policy? That’s the question up for debate with North Carolina’s Renewable Portfolio Standard. The standard requires Tar Heel State utility companies to buy 3 percent of their energy […]
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In ALEC’s 2014 State Economic Competitiveness Index, North Carolina made the biggest jump in the economic outlook ranking, from 22nd to 6th, thanks to the historic tax and spending reforms passed by state lawmakers in 2013. Learn more and see how other states ranked here. Like this post? Chip in $5 to AFP.
Voucher Advocates Let Low-Income Parents Tell Their Stories ‘One of 4,500′ project seeks to build support for Opportunity Scholarships By Barry Smith Apr. 9th, 2014 Carolina Journal News Reports RALEIGH — A group advocating for low-income families to benefit from a tuition voucher program that’s tied up in court is using the Internet and social […]
Americans for Prosperity Asks State Lawmakers to Reform CON Laws Conservative group putting grassroots pressure on 2014 Legislative Session RALEIGH, NC – Today Americans for Prosperity, North Carolina’s foremost advocate for economic freedom, asked state lawmakers to take steps, in the upcoming legislative session, to reform the state’s Certificate of Need (CON) laws. “Unlike Obamacare […]