North Carolinians Pay to Face the Music of Corrupt Legislature


2009 Session Legislative Recap Series: Education | John W. Pope Civitas Institute:

NC Legislation that FAILED to Pass:
“SB 155. Introduced by Sen. Phillip Berger (R-Rockingham) et al. Bill would prohibit North Carolina Community Colleges from admitting illegal immigrants and limit admission to those students lawfully residing in the United States. Bill not voted out of Senate Education/Higher Education Committee.”

HB 687 Introduced by Rep. Paul Stam (R-Wake) et al. Bill would make parents of special needs children eligible for a tax credit of up to $3,000 for expenses related to tuition, special education services and related expenses. Bill was not voted out of House Committee on Education.

Stringing and Strowing says:

Clearly the priorities of the NC Legislature are more in line with Symphonies, tourism, fish and zoos as opposed to illegal immigration or tax breaks for struggling North Carolina families. May they never feel the pain and expenses of a special needs child. God forbid the music stop.


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