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for Popular Government Vol. 19 Issue 4, Dec 1952
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In Horner v. Chamber of Commerce, the Supreme Court of North Carolina handed down a decision which is very likely to have far-reaching effects upon local government. It was decided that attorney's fees may be recoverable if a taxpayer takes action against counties, cities, or towns that have illegally expended funds.
Gastonia City Council approved a proposal whereby a juvenile-domestic court would be created to handle any juvenile or domestic relations case arising in Gaston County.
Public acceptance comes slowly for many worthwhile inventions. Such is the case for the North Carolina annual farm census. Although many are reluctant to participate, information gained from the census aids in inventory of resources and land use planning.