Land transfer tax: What's next after resounding defeat on Nov. 6? 

After the General Assembly gave counties the go-ahead in August to enact—with voter approval—a 0.4 percent transfer tax on property sales, WakeUP Wake County Vice Chair Stan Norwalk attended a meeting of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners. The message of the…

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