John Locke Foundation President John Hood appears in the pages of the latest National Review. Hood’s article explains why governors who have rejected Obamacare’s two main planks — Medicaid expansion and a state-managed health insurance exchange — made better long-term decisions than those who went along with the federal health care law’s dictates.

The Greensboro News & Record‘s “Mixing It Up” column quoted Hood on tax reform. N.C. Senate Republicans promoted his columns on planning for failure and a “modest proposal” for electric power.