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Two years ago the Republicans took control of the North Carolina General Assembly, and after waiting over a century to do it, they set out to reshape economic and social policies. Mooneyham selects the top ten things the legislature did to impact business, including slashing income taxes, staunching the flow of Medicaid money, and overhauling election laws.
Betts examines the new direction the state is taking in its economic development efforts under the Republican-led North Carolina General Assembly, including lowering corporate-income tax rates, reducing regulatory burdens, and revamping transportation planning.