HeadLocke 035: N.C. General Assembly resumes work in Raleigh

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HeadLocke 035: N.C. General Assembly resumes work in Raleigh

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N.C. legislators return to Raleigh on Jan. 30 to start the heavy lifting of the traditional “long” legislative session. There’s one major difference from the past three assemblies: Republicans no longer hold veto-proof supermajorities in either the state House or Senate. New HeadLocke host Kory Swanson, the John Locke Foundation’s president and CEO, previews the legislative session with JLF Senior Vice President Becki Gray.

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