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for North Carolina Law Review Vol. 73 Issue 6, Sept 1995
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Compromise between employer and insurance interests' desire to curtail benefits and workers' desire to keep them resulted in the N.C. Workers' Reform Act of 1994, which benefitted both groups, for example, in cost containment.
In May, 1994, the school boards of Cumberland, Halifax, Hoke, Robeson, and Vance Counties filed a lawsuit against the state, charging failure to provide sufficient funding to educate their students.