October 29, 2014 Leaders of Apex, Holly Springs and Fuquay Varina: Re: Privilege Taxes/Fiscal Impact You may have read in Monday’s News and Observer the article entitled “Privilege Tax Repeal Could Cause Property-Tax Hike in Raleigh”. The link is attached here. The General Assembly took several measures in 2013/2014 that affect revenues for cities and […]
October 17, 2014 Outrageous Op-Ed by UNC Professor On October 16, 2014 Gene Nichol, who identifies himself as the “Boyd Tinsley distinguished professor at the UNC School of Law,” published in the News & Observer his latest blast at Republicans. While he claims to “not speak for UNC” he is paid by UNC an annual […]
Rep. Stam with the TeenPact students in April 2014 on the North Carolina General Assembly House of Representatives Chamber floor.
Friends, Please take a moment a read my Letter to the Editor that I sent on Friday, October 10th. It is important to know the facts. Letter to the Editor October 10, 2014 Dear Editor: Yesterday I received mail from the NC Democratic Party. While the mailer was directed against Speaker Thom Tillis, […]
Legislation has consequences. While there are many factors involved, it is difficult to say what action caused these results, but cumulatively this is what happened. Reported abortions have seen approximately a 25% reduction since 2010. With legislation put in place in 2011 and 2013, I felt a closer look at this topic was important. To […]
For anyone interested in learning more about the opportunity scholarship grants or the special education scholarships for children with disabilities, I have listed below a link to my website that has powerpoints that provide information for parents and school administrators to help understand the process: Opportunity and Special Education Scholarship Powerpoints Please contact me at Paul.firstname.lastname@example.org […]
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