COMMENTARY BY: GRACE TATTER Good news, y’all. You might be concerned about Senate Bill 10, which purges many of North Carolina’s regulatory agencies. You might be especially concerned because both houses of the Republican-controlled General Assembly are veto-proof. Starting from scratch and losing all that institutional knowledge doesn’t seem terribly efficient — especially since it’s … Read more
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