• John Locke Update

    Research experts share insights

    posted December 9, 2010
    Now that Charlotte’s taxpayer-subsidized NASCAR Hall of Fame is losing money, the Charlotte Observer turned to the John Locke Foundation this week for reaction. Michael Sanera, Director of…
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    Carolina Journal’s work promoted

    posted December 9, 2010
    A new Republican majority on the Wake County Board of Commissioners took quick action to reverse some of the previous board’s high-profile, politically motivated decisions. Carolina Journal Associate Editor David…
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    Other items of interest

    posted December 9, 2010
    When Gov. Beverly Perdue announced on Thursday her reorganization plans for state agencies, the News & Observer and American Independent sought John Hood’s reaction. A NewsBusters.org…
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    Photo IDs for Voting: Way Past Due

    posted December 8, 2010 by Daren Bakst
    View in your browser. If you ask most people, they would likely assume that when going to the polls, voters have to show a photo…
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    No warming for 15 years

    posted December 7, 2010 by Dr. Roy Cordato
    View in your browser. This weekly newsletter, focused on environmental issues, highlights relevant analysis done by the John Locke Foundation and other think tanks, as well…
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    Give the gift of health care freedom

    posted December 5, 2010 by Joseph Coletti
    Thank you for reading and doubling the circulation of this publication over the past few months. If you appreciate this weekly update on health care policy, please…
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    Looking for the health care exits

    posted December 5, 2010 by Joseph Coletti
    After talking with policy experts and state legislators from across the country last week, some things are clearer than before. First, North Carolina needs to work on its own…

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