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The 1955 General Assembly is Facing New Problems Caused by G.F. Finances

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An era has come to an end; since 1933 revenue has produced enough money to cover annual North Carolina General Fund appropriations but that has changed as of June 1955. Wile spending is at an all-time high, the 1955 North Carolina General Assembly must look to either cut spending or increase taxes while also dealing with issues of state highways, redistricting, government reorganization, and segregation in public schools.