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Still think it’s all a “publicity stunt,” Senator?

Posted By Rob Schofield On March 18, 2013 @ 4:45 pm In Uncategorized | Comments Disabled

Phil Berger [1]As you may recall, a spokesperson for Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger had the following to say about a recent effort by folks at the North Carolina Justice Center [2] (NC Policy Watch’s parent organization) to call attention to the impacts of the federal budget sequester here in North Carolina:

“We are not engaging in the left-wing N.C. Justice Center’s daily publicity stunts,” said Amy Auth, spokeswoman for state Senate leader Phil Berger, in an email. “They should voice their concerns with federal legislation to our federal legislators.”

Today, comes news [3] from the Department of Public Instruction that North Carolina schools will suffer a $63 million cuts as the result of the sequester — most of it in programs that serve vulnerable children.

Still think all this sequester business is a publicity stunt that doesn’t involve you Senator?

 


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[2] a recent effort by folks at the North Carolina Justice Center: http://www.ncjustice.org/?q=budget-and-tax/media-advisory-telepresser-rep-rick-glazier-and-sen-don-davis-will-address

[3] comes news: http://pulse.ncpolicywatch.org/2013/03/18/sequestration-will-hit-north-carolinas-public-schools-with-cuts-totaling-63-million/

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