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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - North Carolina Senate
The North Carolina Senate is one of the two houses of the North Carolina General Assembly. - Source: Wikipedia
One of the North Carolina Senate's top budget writers reversed his decision to seek a sixth term Monday after convincing a first-term House Republican to run for the post.
The North Carolina Senate doesn't plan to consider dog-breeding regulations later this year after its leaders took offense about the disclosure of a conversation recorded by community activists with a senator, who gave frank comments about the legislation.
As yet another deadline comes and goes, Gov. Andrew Cuomo continues to put off a decision on whether to allow fracking in New York, even as other states rush to cash in on the boom generated by the wildly successful drilling technology.
The left has permanently lost the argument on gun control. Despite their best efforts to take advantage of the tragic shooting in Arizona to promote pointless restrictions on things like the size of handgun magazines, the propaganda campaign is unlikely to go anywhere. Instead, the right to keep and bear arms continues to gain steam as state lawmakers around the country are enacting measures that would have been unthinkable not so long ago.