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for Popular Government Vol. 60 Issue 2, Fall 1994
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Currently, county health care services are financed through county appropriations, state and federal funds, private grants, and fees. However, national and state debate over health care is affecting how counties meet health care responsibilities.
The confidentiality of juvenile court proceedings is determined by such factors as whether a hearing is open to the public, how much publicity there is, and whether records of the proceeding are restricted.
From 1981 to 1993, over $3 billion was spent on public school construction and other capital needs. With projected costs for the next decade at $5.6 billion, school systems and counties are being scrutinized over their past spending toward stated needs.
Interbasin transfer (IBT), or the movement of water from one river basin to another, can be controversial. Examples include the Randleman Dam and Lake Gaston Pipeline project. The General Assembly recently passed a new IBT statute altering legislation
Gladys Hall Coates has received the University of North Carolina's first Bell Award for her contributions to the university. Mrs. Coates, along with her husband, Albert, helped found the University of North Carolina's Institute of Government.