An article this week in both the Winston-Salem Journal and Greensboro News & Record referenced Carolina Journal Associate Editor David Bass‘ research into problems associated with the federally funnded public school lunch program. M2M Politics cited Bass’ report on a new study showing the benefits of school choice for low-income students. Bass’ latest article for The American Spectator analyzed Gov. Beverly Perdue’s election-suspension gaffe. The Triangle Tribune quoted CJ Publisher and Right Angles blogger Jon Ham‘s concerns about “dependency crack” in a story about government programs targeting childhood hunger. Managing Editor Rick Henderson discussed a range of economic and political topics during an appearance on the “Infinite Monkeys” podcast. Associate Editor Sara Burrows continues to attract attention for her Hoiles Prize nomination. The story hit the PR Newswire. N.C. Senate Republicans promoted Don Carrington’s latest article on the state’s fight with Alcoa over control of hydroelectric dams along the Yadkin River. GOP senators also cited Bass’ article about the potential impact of a marriage amendment on turnout for North Carolina’s 2012 primary election.