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Higher ed group blasts state Senate’s income tax constitutional amendment

In case you missed it, be sure to check out the excellent essay that appears on the on the website of the group Higher Education Works regarding the North Carolina Senate’s dreadful proposal to enact a constitutional amendment capping the state income tax. As the essay notes, the proposal would usher in “government by auto-pilot” that would likely prove disastrous to our already damaged colleges and universities:

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