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18273
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Because a new federal law governing labor relations in the public sector might have a very significant impact on public personnel practices in North Carolina, the possibility of such legislation suggests the need to look at the current status of the law concerning employer-employee relations and to assess the changes that a comprehensive collective bargaining law would make.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 41 Issue 3, Winter 1976, p24-27, 31, 37
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18275
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People are sentenced to prison for four basic reasons: rehabilitation, incapacitation, to be deterred, and to pay for their crimes. In recent years, the predominance of the goal of rehabilitation has come under sustained and persuasive attack. By far the most important rehabilitation program in North Carolina is work release, which allows prisoners to work in the community by day and return to prison after work.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 41 Issue 3, Winter 1976, p32-37
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18272
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Somewhat to their surprise and very much to the delight of preservationists throughout the state, the North Carolina General Assembly adopted an act to classify certain historic properties for ad valorem taxation. Thus, those properties designated as historic may receive the benefits derived from special property taxes.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 41 Issue 3, Winter 1976, p15-18, f
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18271
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Those who have responsibility in planning are an area's development need to have as much information as possible. This article reports on part of a tax policy study that deals with the impact of state and local tax differentials on the location decisions of manufacturing firms.
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Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 41 Issue 3, Winter 1976, p10-14
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18270
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For decades the North Carolina General Assembly has attempted by law to remove the drunken driver from the streets and highways of the state. Loeb discusses the various laws pertaining to the intoxicated driver and why some work and some do not.
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