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In recent years, the North Carolina General Assembly has shown increasing readiness to create interim study commissions to investigate and report on matters of current or potential legislative interest, such as public schools, taxes, and the constitution.
The 1959 North Carolina General Assembly has had the benefit of the most advice from study groups than any other state legislature. In addition to special commissions, studies have provided information for the General Assembly on education, legislative buildings, and constitutional changes.