Gov. Pat McCrory’s decision to allow new coal ash rules to become state law without his signature prompted Time Warner Cable News’ statewide “Capital Tonight” program to seek analysis this week from John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray. Gray also joins JLF Chairman John Hood this week on the syndicated “N.C. Spin” television program to assess the week’s top political developments. Gray continues twice-weekly politics and public policy updates on WTSB Radio.
In addition to airtime, Gray discussed this year’s N.C. legislative session with the Lumberton Rotary Club and delivered featured remarks for the N.C. Republican Party’s 1st Congressional District meeting on Sept. 11.
Among other broadcast media appearances, Director of Research and Education Studies Terry Stoops will join Bill LuMaye this afternoon on WPTF Radio to discuss a member of the N.C. Association of Educators using taxpayer-funded public school resources for political purposes. WFMY Television interviewed Director of Communications Mitch Kokai about the expiration of North Carolina’s film incentive program. Kokai highlighted the week’s top state government news during a conversation with Curtis Wright on WMYT Radio.