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Legislative sway

In recent Fitzsimon File commentaries, Chris Fitzsimon examines the impact of special interest groups on the budgeting process.

The special interests still reign“examines the special tax breaks being given to business interests like the home builders and the film industry.

Raise revenue, not the cap” discusses attempts by pro-charter school groups to use the budget crisis as rationalization for increasing the number of charter school operating in North Carolina.

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