Campuses in the University of North Carolina System are scheduled to have 17 buildings completed in the next year, some of them sophisticated science facilities, but they may not open as the state can't provide any money to operate them, The Raleigh News & Observer reported. Lacking funds, the universities would have to pay for maintenance and utilities by cutting from academic funds, which are already due to receive major cuts.
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