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for North Carolina Insight Vol. 8 Issue 2, Nov 1985
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Recent budget constraints and the \"private-is-better\" philosophy of the Reagan administration have prompted a vigorous debate on whether the public sector can deliver services to citizens as well as the private sector can.
North Carolina ranks last in the portion of credit insurance premiums used to pay off policy claims. Concerned industry officials are examining the ways in which the rate can be adjusted to bring North Carolina in line with the rest of the country.
Strange laws have been passed by the North Carolina General Assembly, such as making a crime out of selling cotton lint at night.
Rep. Harry Payne argues that credit insurance is in need of reform while Joel Huber argues that existing credit insurance policy is relatively sound.