Now is an opportune time for Mayor Pro Tem Branch to spearhead an effort which results in Raleigh’s City Council presenting a unified front, advocating at the proper levels of North Carolina state government, for changes in state law in order to allow inclusionary zoning.
First we “Showed You the Money.” Then we “Followed the Money.” In this third of our series about the money in Raleigh’s politics, we examine the effects of Special Interest money pouring into the campaigns.
Some people wouldn’t know what equity looked like if it walked up to them and slapped the mask off their face. Equity is not a word we just toss around in the air because it sounds good. Equity is about ensuring fairness in programming, local policies and outcomes.