Paul Stam

North Carolina House Republican Leader

100 Days That Will Change North Carolina

North Carolina’s state government must reduce costs and regulation on business, large and small, so that they can create jobs and prosperity.

If the people of North Carolina entrust Republicans with a majority in the General Assembly on November 2, 2010, we commit to govern the State by focusing on these priorities:

  1. Years of overspending by Democrats have given North Carolina the highest tax rates in the Southeast and a budget deficit of at least $3 billion; we will balance the State budget without raising tax rates.
  2. High taxes are killing jobs. We will make our tax rates competitive with other states.

Within the first 100 days you will see us:

  1. Passing The Healthcare Freedom Protection Act, exempting North Carolinians from the job-killing, liberty-restricting mandates of the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obama Care).
  2. Fighting to protect jobs by keeping our Right to Work laws.
  3. Reducing the regulatory burden on small business.
  4. Funding education in the classroom, not the bureaucracy.
  5. Eliminating the cap on charter schools.
  6. Passing the Honest Election Act, requiring a valid photo ID to vote.
  7. Passing the Eminent Domain constitutional amendment to protect private property rights.
  8. Ending pay-to-play politics and restore honesty and integrity to state government.

7 Responses to “100 Days That Will Change North Carolina”

  1. Robert H Appleby says:

    I hope that the Republican Majority will assign the redistricting to an independent commission as you have campaigned for the last couple of years. While it is tempting to use only Republicans for redistricting, it makes sense to do it RIGHT.

    Bob

  2. Mr Stam

    I am a 65 yr old father, grandfather and Viet Nam Vet, I am sending you this email to let you know I will support 100% your plan to change these thing you have listed the first 100 days..

    This country is in bad shape and we need to turn it around for our future generations , we the people need members like you and you need us, lets works together and turn the state and country around.

    Again, you do what you say you want to do and I will do my part to support you.

    Dick Linville
    420 Savannah Ln
    Kernersville, NC 27284

  3. Teresa Lloyd says:

    I’m so glad that the Republicans are in control of the NC legislature and look forward to seeing positive change!

    As a homeschooling parent, one issue that is important to me is seeing dual enrollment reinstated so that our high school students have the opportunity to take challenging community college classes and to earn college credit at the same time. The Democrats have cut back on this program over the past couple of years and finally eliminated funding entirely. Beginning in the fall of this year, if a homeschooled or private school student wants to take a community college class, they will have to pay the NON-RESIDENT tuition rate. This is ridiculous! Meanwhile, the opportunity for public school students to earn college credits has been preserved through expanding the early college program. Will the Republicans be bringing back dual enrollment for all North Carolina high school students?

    Thank you for your hard work!

    God bless,
    Teresa Lloyd

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