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    Are Electric Vehicles Good For The Environment?

    Featuring Andrew Yates: Professor, Economics Department, UNC-Chapel Hill
    on October 1, 2018
    Are electric vehicles good for the environment?  In this presentation, Professor Yates will compare the air pollution effects of driving an electric vehicle to a conventional vehicle and evaluate the…
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    How Progressive Policies Hurt Poor People And Minorities

    Featuring Michael Jacobs: Professor, UNC-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School
    on September 24, 2018
    Professor Jacobs’ presentation will include data that shows why the only two growing counties in North Carolina that lost minority population in the last decade, Orange and Buncombe (Asheville), are…
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    CON Laws and Healthcare Monopolies: A Doctor’s Perspective

    Featuring Dr. Gajendra Singh: General and Liver Transplant Surgeon, Forsyth Surgical Associates
    on September 10, 2018
    North Carolina surgeon, Dr. Gajendra Singh, opened an imaging center to provide safe, affordable imaging services to patients at transparent prices. He is allowed to have an X-ray machine, ultrasound…
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    The Curbside Chat

    Featuring Bo Wright: Development Director, Strong Towns
    on July 23, 2018
    Our roads are deteriorating. Our state and local governments are in debt. No matter how much we increase them, our taxes aren’t enough to fix it all. And no one…
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    The Balanced Truths about CO2, H2O and Climate Change

    Featuring Bill Lynch: Fellow, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
    on July 16, 2018
      CO2, O2, H2O, and N2 all serve crucial functions. CO2’s only bad behavior is that it does not get flushed in the same way as does H2O. In this…
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    North Carolina Is On a Roll, So Let’s Not Mess Things Up

    Featuring Becki Gray: Senior Vice President, John Locke Foundation
    on July 9, 2018
    Now that lawmakers have called it a day, come celebrate summer with a juicy tomato sandwich, served up with a tasty side of sassy stories from the legislative short session.