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A quick visual – comparing the budgets for economic development and education

The North Carolina House and Senate leaders are now negotiating a final state budget. It’s likely that the end result will be significantly different from Governor Cooper’s recommended budget for 2017-2019, which was released in March. Some of the largest gaps between the budgets of Cooper, the House, and the Senate are in economic development and education. Below, we highlight a few of these differences.

 

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A quick visual – comparing the budgets for economic development and education