Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 33 Issue 5, Feb 1967
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An historical account of air pollution and legislation to curb pollution on a national level frames the conversation concerning the state's current problems and legislation on this matter. Many laws targeted congested areas like cities where people were more likely to feel the effects of pollution. First recognition of the problem happened in the 1963 General Assembly when the State Air Hygiene Program Act passed.
The Commission for the Study of revenue was asked to report on the state's tax laws and areas of tax code needing revision. Its report contains twenty-two individual recommendations and estimated outcomes if changes were made. Also, the report tabulates the potential increase in revenue at a 1% increase for both counties and cities.