Viewers of this weekend’s syndicated “N.C. Spin” television program will hear John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray discuss topics including the latest developments in state budget negotiations and lawsuits challenging North Carolina election laws and voting changes in Greensboro and Wake County. Gray appeared with Henry Hinton on WTIB Radio this week and continues regular radio appearances on WWNC and WTSB. Gray also offered a presentation for the Tax Foundation on the N.C. Senate’s latest tax reform ideas. The N.C. Spin website and promoted her column on Gov. Pat McCrory’s bond proposals.

WSOC Television interviewed Carolina Journal Associate Editor Michael Lowrey about drone use near airports. Managing Editor and JLF Director of Outreach Donna Martinez dissect the week’s top political news for the latest edition of Curtis Media Group’s syndicated “People in Politics” radio program.

The Kernersville News published Director of Communications Mitch Kokai‘s column on the progressive nature of the state’s new flat income tax. State Rep. Shirley Randleman’s column in the Wilkes Journal-Patriot cited Kokai’s analysis of the flat tax. The N.C. Spin website promoted his “Locker Room” blog entry on record federal revenue collections.

The N.C. Spin website promoted CJ Associate Editor Dan Way‘s article on a new report assessing North Carolina’s fiscal health. N.C. Senate Republicans’ daily press email promoted JLF Chairman John Hood‘s column on policies that promote economic growth, along with CJ Associate Editor Barry Smith‘s article on a bill to loosening state licensing restrictions for counselors.