Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for NC Insight Vol. 4 Issue 3, Sept 1981
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The microelectronics industry's chemically treating large quantities of silicon crystals could possibly be detrimental to the North Carolina environment, but could expand the state's economic base.
Advancing the microelectronics industry in North Carolina would be economically beneficial for the state.
Wake County city and county planners address planning logistics for an expected boom in industry at Research Triangle Park.
Fiscal caution and weak leadership at the local level have left pregnant NC teens in an educational lurch. These teens' low-priority status seems to contradict Article I of the State Constitution that preserves \"the right to the privilege of education.\"
Kelly discusses the beginning of the microelectronics industry in North Carolina and describes Governor Hunt's views on the topic.
The North Carolina General Assembly contemplates passing the North Carolina Severance Tax Act, which would tax two commodities: peat and phosphate.