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Waiting for a budget, revisiting competing priorities

Rep. Chuck McGrady tweeted on Sunday he expects the legislature’s compromise budget won’t be online until later this evening. Until then, here’s a quick look at the competing proposals from NC Policy Watch’s new media director Nelle Dunlap.

While the state spending package often ends up somewhere in the middle –it’s interesting to revisit the varying positions and spending priorities of the state House, Senate, and Governor Roy Cooper.

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