the state is out of money. They won't admit it; but expect to see significant spending cuts for the next fiscal year.
And let's see, funds were given to one entity with the intent of trickling down the funds to other service providers. The funds did not trickle down.
So let's sue the state. Must be an attorney behind that decision. If you're going to sue someone, why not sue the entity with which you had the contract?
If the money "disappeared", why not get Roy Cooper's investigators involved. He's always looking for the opportunity to serve the citizens of NC. They still have plenty of room at state institutions if embezzlement was involved.
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