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30878
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While the North Carolina legislature is discussing the right of local taxing authorities over classification of real and personal property taxation, other issues are both moving along and stalling. Adoption of amendments to employment security laws and minimum wage bills have been adopted, while highway safety measures and excise taxes are sleeping.
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30880
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As a leader in the textile industry, North Carolina is facing the problems that the entire American textile industry is currently experiencing. Despite rapid progress due to research, financial and management leadership, and sound merchandising and sales, the textile industry is being stunted by American legislation. Governmental policies are allowing foreign competitors the advantage rather than giving the American textile industry a chance to compete in the global market.
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30879
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Edenton, North Carolina was the setting for a Revolutionary Tea Party in 1774, but it is also a treasure-trove of homes and public buildings that survive from the days of the town as colonial capital of the state.
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30881
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Federal pays for aid grants to state and local governments have nearly doubled in the past six years. Approximately $6.5 billion in federal aid covered 100 grant programs in 1959.
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