Republican Sen. Harry Brown of Onslow County said tax changes being considered by the General Assembly, including a proposal to tax homeowners on canceled mortgage debt, would create more revenue for North Carolina. Losing the revenue would hurt working families, he said.
Republican Sen. Harry Brown of Onslow County said tax changes being considered by the General Assembly, including a proposal to tax homeowners on canceled mortgage debt, would create more revenue for North Carolina. Losing the revenue would hurt working families, he said. Charlotte
Republican Sen. Harry Brown of Onslow County said tax changes being considered by the General Assembly, including a proposal to tax homeowners on canceled mortgage debt, would create more revenue for North Carolina. Losing the revenue would hurt working families, he said. Charlotte
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Senate majority leader erases Union County in pursuit of Charlotte sales taxes

March 24, 2015 12:38 PM