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Chris Fitzsimon on a budget of poor choices that threaten the state’s future

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Posted: Saturday, August 17, 2013 5:00 pm

One way to predict how North Carolina will fare in the future is to look at how much lawmakers are willing to continue the investments in the people and vital institutions that helped the state grow into a leader in the New South in the last 40 years.

The state made major strides in the last generation by beefing up public schools and higher education, expanding targeted economic development and worker-training efforts and creating innovative ways to improve public health and protect the natural environment so essential to the quality of life.

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