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for Popular Government Vol. 18 Issue 9, May 1952
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North Carolina's fifty state senators are chosen from thirty-three districts. Sixteen districts elect one senator each; each of the remaining seventeen elects two senators.
The questions whether or not to commence fluoridation of city water continues to be a lively one in North Carolina municipalities.
The gruesome spectacle of grave robbing hogs and dogs in Forsyth cemeteries caused the Forsyth County Board of Health to adopt in March a regulation governing the minimum depth for burial of human bodies.
Local governmental revenues increased over the previous year. Contributions from the state increased over 4%, while property tax as a source of revenue has decreased in importance.