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    NC MedAssist: Dispensing Hope For the Uninsured

    Featuring Sidney Bernstein: Board Chair, NC MedAssist
    on June 26, 2017
    Established in 1997, NC MedAssist is a not-for-profit, statewide (2009), licensed pharmacy. Its mission is to provide free prescription medications, healthcare advocacy, and related educational services to low-income and…
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    The Left is Hijacking the Sports Industry and Making It Their Weapon

    Featuring Ed Tiryakian: Associate Professor of Corporate Finance and Business Economics at Duke University / Jon Pritchett: Senior Vice President Donor Relations, John Locke Foundation
    on June 19, 2017
    In this presentation, Jon and Ed will discuss how ESPN, the NCAA, FIFA, the IOC and other sports governing bodies, media partners and corporate leaders are trying to usurp federalism,…
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    A New Way Forward: Access, Fairness, and Equal Justice in the 21st Century

    Featuring Mark Martin: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of North Carolina
    on June 12, 2017
    In September 2015, Chief Justice Mark Martin convened the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice. This independent, multidisciplinary commission was tasked with exploring ways…
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    The Price of Promises

    Featuring Dale Folwell: North Carolina State Treasurer
    on June 5, 2017
    In this presentation, Treasurer Dale Folwell will discuss the North Carolina Department of State Treasurer and promises made that touch one out of every 10 adults North Carolinians:…
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    “Still & Barrel: Craft Spirits in the Old North State”

    Featuring John Trump: Managing Editor, Carolina Journal
    on May 22, 2017
    Distilleries in North Carolina are thriving, despite a labyrinth of Prohibition-era rules and regulations. And through it all, distillers in the Old North State have persevered, and they’re…
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    Should the General Assembly Get a Pay Raise?

    Featuring Nicholas Carnes: Assistant Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
    on May 1, 2017
    The issue of how much to pay politicians naturally raises a wide range of thorny philosophical and empirical questions. This presentation reviews the claims made by proponents of…