Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 38 Issue 4, Dec 1971
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Given recent Supreme Court decisions that overturned several state systems of public school finance, Dees examines North Carolina's public school financing policies and their constitutionality.
Today, combating environmental pollution is popular; however, one of the side effects of pollution, noxious odor, has received little attention. Warren discusses the legal actions that can be taken to combat offensive odors in North Carolina.
Watts discusses where property owner's rights end and public property access begins in relation to North Carolina waters.
Tucker discusses the complex policy challenges facing a new system of information gathering--computers.
Despite the generally causal regard for parking tickets by most citizens, in North Carolina violations of municipal ordinances regulating parking are punishable as misdemeanors.