This weekend on Carolina Journal Radio
Posted by Mitch Kokai at 06:47 AMState lawmakers are trying to figure out how to plug a multibillion-dollar hole in the state budget. Joseph Coletti offers an update on that process — including his own recommendations — during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
While Coletti is focusing on the state budget picture, Stanford and Hoover Institution economist Michael Boskin outlines some of the challenges associated with red ink in the federal budget.
Rick Henderson will examine some recent silliness involving state licensing laws, including a dispute over who has the right to display a barber pole. Jenna Ashley Robinson of the Pope Center for Higher Education Policy will discuss the impact of left-leaning bias within college campus faculties.
And we’ll hear highlights from the recent legislative debate about a bill to scrap four North Carolina high school end-of-course tests.
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