Five items of unfinished business awaiting state lawmakers in fall

Lawmakers left the state Capitol after passing a $40 billion state budget that boosted school spending more than any single year in history but they also left unfinished business. While the state budget increased funding for public schools — and boosted by $40 million the number of tax credits available for those who donate to scholarship funds to help children pay for private school — the General Assembly declined to act on the controversy over the way the state’s cyber schools are paid.

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Source: NCNewsOnline.com, July 6, 2021.

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