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The latest Fitzsimon File, challenges the Locke Foundation report that erroneously interprets sources as saying North Carolina schools are administratively top-heavy and wasting money.

Rob Schoefield is Setting the Record Straight for House Speaker Joe Hackney calling on him to not only follow his conscience but to speak out about the state’s need for additional revenue.

Schoefield’s column supports a report released early this week by the NC Budget & Tax Center “Between a Rock and Hard Place: NC’s Worsening Budget Gap Calls for Spending Cuts and Tax Increases” , which concludes

Lawmakers should heed the lessons of the past, the approach taken by other states, and the economic research and include a well-crafted revenue package as part of the solution to the current fiscal crisis.

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  1. James

    May 30, 2009 at 10:35 am

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