But really, if legislators in Raleigh wanted to really kick-start job creation, why not give direct tax breaks to small businesses?
Sue Myrick and 75 other members of of the House and Senate filed a brief is support of the Arizona immigration law. The Department of Justice is in the process of blocking Arizona from such a law, arguing that it is the federal government’s role to enforce immigration laws.
“Arizona has the right and the […]
If you haven’t driven through the Cheval development in Mint Hill, you are missing out on one of the nicest horse community and housing developments in the country. How nice? They made it into a recent issue of Exceptional Homes, a magazine published by The Robb Report.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools showed improvement in 23 areas tested and the district’s graduation rate rose by almost four percentage points in the 2009-2010 school year, according to preliminary state data released July 19. CMS just released the findings today. According to CMS:
The results continued a positive upward trend in CMS since 2006 in nearly all tested […]
Twelve miles down Albemarle Road, the town of Locust is also building a new town hall. The town hall used to be in a small building along Highway 200. However, when widening of 24/27 began several years ago, Locust was forced to move its town center to a new development just off 24/27. Ground was […]
Myrick, along with 179 of her colleagues, sent a letter to House and Senate leaders stating opposition to an amendment that would allow abortions on U.S. Military Bases. There are two sides to this: Federal law says that abortion is a woman’s choice. However, should taxpayers have to foot the bill for something they find morally wrong? Not according to Myrick and many others. […]