North Carolina’s Revenue Laws Study Committee discussed the issue of construction worker misclassification at its meeting Tuesday morning to address the potentially hundreds of millions of dollars in tax money that the state is losing because workers are classified as ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE — A North Carolina judge said Monday that the city — not a commission created by GOP lawmakers — will run one of the nation’s busiest airports while both sides wait for a federal agency’s ruling on the issue. ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE -The Charlotte Housing Authority has received funding and tax credits that will allow it to build 92 one-bedroom units. The authority, through its affiliate Horizon Development Properties, has been given $8.8 million in federal tax credits from the U.S. ...
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RALEIGH – The full state Senate and House on Friday passed a conference committee version of a regulatory reform package that has wide support in the building industry. After Senate Bill 734 bill is enrolled, it will go to the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Dave Simpson gives good quote. That’s because before he became a Raleigh-based lobbyist for the Carolinas Association of General Contractors, he got good quote. He was, in other words, a reporter. But he wised up relatively early and ...
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RALEIGH — Four large North Carolina counties would see their authority to raise sales taxes scaled back under legislation passed Tuesday by a Senate panel. Republican supporters say the measure would give more options to most counties to generate local revenues. But opponents, ...Read More »
RALEIGH – The possibility that the N.C. General Assembly could do away with the state’s expiring tax-credit program for development preserving architectural history has stirred proponents and opponents to action. The tax credit program, which developers use to help fund ...Read More »
RALEIGH — This year’s General Assembly session has coincided with the ramped-up U.S. Senate campaign of House Speaker Thom Tillis. His bid for federal office also means fellow Republicans are thinking more about whether they’ll succeed Tillis as speaker in ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The North Carolina Senate and House are holding low-key floor meetings this week with few or no recorded votes to give time to negotiators on the state budget and a handful of other bills to work out their differences before the ...Read More »
RALEIGH — The General Assembly has received final approval to clarify a law on time limits for filing personal injury lawsuits in North Carolina courts. The bill could help tainted water litigation continue for Asheville homeowners and former Camp Lejeune residents. The proposed ...Read More »