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    Carolina Rebound Virtual Town Hall: Education

    Featuring Marva Johnson: Group Vice President, State Government Affairs, Charter Communications’ Southern Region  / Dr. Olivia Holmes Oxendine: North Carolina State Board of Education / Sen. Deanna Ballard: North Carolina Senate / Dr. Terry Stoops: Vice President for Research & Director of Education Studies
    on July 11, 2020
    COVID-19 has turned education on its head. Parents, out of necessity, have taken a more active, in-person role in making sure their kids have continued to learn. Teachers and administrators…
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    Carolina Rebound Virtual Town Hall: Health Care

    Featuring Dennis A. Taylor: President, North Carolina Nurses Association / Rea Hederman: Vice President of Policy, The Buckeye Institute / Congressman Greg Murphy (NC-3): U.S. House of Representatives / Jordan Roberts: Health Care Policy Analyst, John Locke Foundation
    on July 1, 2020
    Watch the recorded live stream below! Perhaps no sector of the economy has undergone as much change during the coronavirus outbreak as the U.S. health care system.
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    Supreme Court Punts On Gun Rights & Qualified Immunity

    Featuring Amy O. Cooke: Chief Executive Officer, John Locke Foundation; Publisher, Carolina Journal / Greg Wallace: Professor, Campbell University School of Law / Jon Guze: Director of Legal Studies, John Locke Foundation
    on June 29, 2020
    Many Supreme Court watchers focus their attention on the rulings handed down by the high court, the dissents in controversial cases, and the combination of justices for…
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    Education Flash Point: School Funding Ruling Could Spark Constitutional & Fiscal Crisis

    Featuring Sen. Danny Britt: North Carolina Senate / Jeanette Doran: President and General Counsel, North Carolina Institute for Constitutional Law / Dr. Terry Stoops: Vice President for Research & Director of Education Studies
    on June 22, 2020
    With a North Carolina court ruling expected any day in the school finance “adequacy” case known as Leandro v. State of North Carolina, concerns are growing over whether…
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    Carolina Rebound Virtual Town Hall: Budget, Taxation, and the Economy

    Featuring Sen. Paul Newton: North Carolina Senate / Gary J. Salamido, MS: President and CEO, NC Chamber / Joseph Coletti: Senior Fellow, John Locke Foundation / Jon Sanders: Director of Regulatory Studies
    on June 17, 2020
      COVID-19 has been historic and jarring. State and local governments face dual threats of a short-term budget crisis and a long- term federal debt crisis. The…
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    COVID-19: Lessons Learned

    Featuring Amy O. Cooke: Chief Executive Officer, John Locke Foundation; Publisher, Carolina Journal / Becki Gray: Senior Vice President, John Locke Foundation
    on June 15, 2020
    As we make our way through the COVID-19 pandemic and endure the impacts of Gov. Roy Cooper’s statewide shutdown order, we’re learning important lessons about the need…
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    Protecting Donor Privacy in North Carolina

    Featuring Doug Kellogg: State Projects Director, Americans for Tax Reform / Ashley Varner: Vice President of Communication and Federal Affairs, Freedom Foundation / Jon Guze: Director of Legal Studies, John Locke Foundation
    on June 8, 2020
    The constitutional right for Americans to freely express our views is under attack from laws that require nonprofit organizations to subject their donors to public scrutiny. A…
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    COVID-19 & Your Neighborhood: What’s Next For Housing & Real Estate

    Featuring Skylar Olsen: Senior Principal Economist, Zillow / Kevin Corbin: House Majority Deputy Whip, N.C House of Representatives / Brent Woodcox: Founder, YIMBY Raleigh and Share Raleigh / Mark Zimmerman: Senior Vice President of External Affairs, NC REALTORS®, / Joseph Coletti: Senior Fellow, John Locke Foundation
    on June 1, 2020
    COVID-19 greatly curtailed real estate activity, leaving many buyers and sellers in limbo, and prompting jitters among property owners about the impact on residential and commercial property…
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    Memorial Day: Shaftesbury Society Will Not Meet

    on May 25, 2020
    In commemoration of those who’ve made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom, Shaftesbury Society will not meet on Memorial Day, May 25. Please join us in remembering…