Highlights and Lowlights of March 2012
April is upon us and here at NC Policy Watch, we take a look back at a few moments in the past month of politics and policy issues that really affected North Carolinians: From Rep. George Cleveland stating that there is “no extreme poverty” in North Carolina to New Hanover County Commissioner Ted Davis, Jr., on the issue of contraception, stated that if women were “responsible people and didn’t have sex to begin with” that there would no need for a debate over a family planning grant. We’ve compiled these and other moments in the brief video below:
What are some progressive policy issues you can think of from the past month relating to the state of things in North Carolina? Share with us in the comments.
For the full-length videos of the clips featured in this compilation, check out these links:
- House Select Committee on the State’s Role on Immigration Policy – March 28th
- Rep. Cleveland on extreme poverty
- New Hanover Co. Commissioners reject grant for contraception
- Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton on Amendment One
- Wake Co. Commissioners pass Voter ID resolution
- DENR public hearing on fracking -Sanford, NC
- Speaker Thom Tillis on Amendment One
- Undocumented immigrant youth confront lawmakers at the NC Legislature.