Perhaps asking North Carolina voters to undo an egregious wrong that they did to the state constitution just seven years later is seen by legislative leaders as distasteful.
Of course, voters didn’t really do this egregious wrong. When they approved inserting tax increment financing into the state constitution in 2004, the amendment was so poorly worded that most voters probably didn’t understand the harm being done.
The folks in Roanoke Rapids understand the harm.
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