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2013 August 19 - 12:00 am
North Carolina’s Republican legislative leaders are putting their free-enterprise stamp on public schools and colleges, the biggest chunk of this year’s $20.6 billion state budget.
2013 June 10 - 12:00 am
Illinois’ state universities and community colleges have agreed to gradually start picking up their own retirement costs under a preliminary deal that emerged at a public hearing, a step forward on a concept that’s been debated by lawmakers for more than a year.
2013 February 4 - 12:00 am
Democratic lawmakers said they’re going to focus during the legislative session on developing workforce skills, strengthening schools, lowering health care and energy costs and investing in research and infrastructure. Republicans questioned how the Democrats could afford to pay for the programs without higher taxes.

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