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Legislative priorities lists

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Several Triangle governments have finalized their legislative priorities for the upcoming session. We have provided those in bulleted lists, and added some analysis of the cities' and towns' agendas.

If you don't see your city or town here, elected officials may not have yet solidified their list. Chapel Hill is scheduled to approve its agenda Feb. 20; the City of Durham has discussed but not passed its priority list. Orange County Commissioners will discuss theirs later in the spring, April 20, at a legislative breakfast with local legislators. The Hillsborough Town Board has not discussed when it will address the issue, according to Town Clerk Donna Armbrister.

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