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Bill to make more North Carolina government employee information public resurfaces

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More information about the work histories of North Carolina state and local government employees would be subject to public disclosure in legislation that’s resurfaced this week in the Senate.

The chamber’s judiciary committee voted Wednesday for the measure, which would provide short explanations about why a worker has been demoted, dismissed, transferred of suspended as of this December. Current law only requires a “general description of the reasons” for a worker’s promotion.

Pamlico County GOP Sen. Norm Sanderson said the bill, backed by the

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