Listeners of the Curtis Media Group’s syndicated “People In Politics” program will hear this weekend Carolina Journal Managing Editor Rick Henderson‘s assessment of the week’s top electoral news. Henderson joined Bill LuMaye on Talk Radio WPTF one week ago to discuss issues such as the negative impact of state certificate-of-need restrictions.

The News & Observer‘s “Under the Dome” blog noted that Associate Editor Barry Smith will moderate a debate this weekend featuring candidates for the N.C. Libertarian Party’s U.S. Senate nomination. promoted Executive Editor Don Carrington‘s report on the uncertain impact of state film incentives on the North Carolina economy.

N.C. Senate Republicans promoted that article in their daily press email, along with Carrington’s report on illegal immigrants sentenced this week for tax fraud, contributor Brett Lewis‘ profile of the N.C. House District 14 Republican primary, contributor Joe Johnson‘s report on the N.C. Senate District 3 Democratic primary, and the transcript of a Carolina Journal Radio interview with the N.C. FreeEnterprise Foundation’s Joe Stewart about 2014 election trends.

The Kernersville News published Carolina Journal Radio Co-Host Donna Martinez‘s CJ column on the minimum wage. The N.C. Spin website promoted Associate Editor Dan Way‘s story on certificate-of-need regulations.