loses if Board dies, May 28, 2006
News and Observer, Raleigh, NC - Decisions that
state government are often made by the
seat of the pants.
Spending priorities are often decided in back-room
negotiations, or in campaign back
shops on the basis of polling data.
and Observer: Original press release September
News and Observer, Raleigh, NC - Article
on the 2005 NC progress report on the state's
conditions has mixed results - and draws
some progress, but
lagging in other areas.
Raleigh, NC - An interim
report on whether North Carolina is approaching
quality-of-life goals set in 2001 finds some
targets are being met, while other aims are further
away than before...
September 27, 2005
The release of the Progress Board report
about the quality of life in North Carolina ought
to jump start
debates about the problems that continue to plague
too many of the state's people. Health care would
be a good
place to start...
meeting some quality-of-life goals, is lagging
Observer: Progress, Slowly, October
Observer's article "Progress,
slowly..." on how the NC Progress Board's
2005 report provides benchmarks for NC to shoot
ABC TV 11 News
September 26, 2005
|N.C. Making Progress,
But Lagging in
Mount Telegram: September 26, 2005
||The 2005 NC 20/20
update doesn't create a grading system to measure
performance. Rather it compared North Carolina
data in each category to the
2020 goal and how the current rate ranks nationwide
and among the 10
14 Carolina: September 27, 2005
making some progress, but lagging in other
9/27/2005 - Quality-of-life in North
Carolina has improved in some
areas and faltered in others.
That's according to an interim report on whether
the state is
approaching goals set in 2001.
Alabama: Tuscaloosa News - September 26,
D. Robertson, Associated Press. - The North North
Carolina Progress Board said Monday the state
has already attained targets set for
2020 in about a dozen of 84 areas being monitored...