John Locke Foundation President John Hood headed to the western part of the state this week. He shared his political knowledge with the Cabarrus County Republican Women. The Charlotte Observer and Concord Independent Tribune promoted that event. Hood also addressed a panel of Korean journalists at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s journalism school. Meanwhile, the Wilkes Journal-Patriot promoted Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray‘s upcoming Constitution Day Tea Party speech in Wilkesboro. The Fayetteville Observer promoted the upcoming Sanford Citizen’s Constitutional Workshop featuring N.C. History Project Director Troy Kickler and Michael Sanera, JLF Director of Research and Local Government Studies. Sanera discussed constitutional issues during an appearance this week with Bill LuMaye on WPTF Radio. Fergus Hodgson, Director of Fiscal Policy Studies, appeared twice in the past week on WPTF. He discussed North Carolina’s price-gouging law with Bill LuMaye and immigration issues with Rick and Donna Martinez. Mitch Kokai, Director of Communications, discussed the latest state government news with Curtis Wright on WAAV/WFNC Radio.