North Carolina Is Finally Open for Business

Posted on: October 31st, 2014

 

While the state-level rivalries in competitive economics may not enjoy the mass appeal of the World Series, The Voice, or Shark Tank, annual reports that rank each state’s economic position provide valuable insights for voters as we approach this Tuesday’s mid-term elections.

Each year, several national and state-based policy think tanks review fiscal policies by looking at a variety of measures, including state budgets, tax burden, growth trends, and forecasting, and then publish those results along with competitive advantage (or disadvantage) ranking systems. With about seven gubernatorial races being called as toss-ups and with 10 key state U.S. Senate races hanging in the balance, a clear analysis of one of this year’s pro-growth all-stars may help inform undecided voters.

Read the full article on Forbes.com here

 

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