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for Popular Government Vol. 2 Issue 8, July/Aug 1935
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In 1935, the General Assembly passed three new laws to expedite the distribution of Federal Relief Funds. The three measures were; Emergency Municipal Bond Act of 1935, Emergency County Bond Act of 1935, and The Revenue Bond Act of 1935. Each of these laws streamlines the approval of bonds for approved Public Works Administration projects on a local and county-wide level.
The North Carolina Branch of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration was established in 1932 and Fred W. Morrison was appointed State Director of Relief. Mr. Cutter outlines the responsibilities of the organization, its structure throughout the state, and types of aid distributed to the State's citizens.