• John Locke Update

    The Limits of Government Reorganization and Reform

    posted June 28, 2018 by Joseph Coletti
    What is the role of education in America?  What is government’s role in providing that education?  A new White House government reform plan states that education should provide students…
  • John Locke Update

    A Government That North Carolina Can Afford

    posted February 15, 2018 by Joseph Coletti
    Each February, the State Treasurer’s Debt Affordability Advisory Committee preempts the hopefulness of Groundhog Day with the publication of the annual Debt Affordability Study, the committee’s reminder that state…
  • Research Report

    The Case Against Telemedicine Parity Laws

    posted January 15, 2018 by Katherine Restrepo
    Abstract North Carolina is one of 18 states that do not have a telemedicine parity law, which forces insurance companies to pay health care providers for services treated via…
  • John Locke Update

    Beware of Unintended Consequences of Telemedicine Parity Laws

    posted November 16, 2017 by Katherine Restrepo
    This week, the Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Health and Human Services met to discuss a variety of policy issues, including telemedicine. Defined as “delivering health care at a distance,”…
  • Research Report

    Direct Primary Care for Local Governments

    posted December 2, 2016 by Katherine Restrepo, Julie Tisdale
    Local governments across North Carolina, like other employers, are wrestling with the question of how to provide quality health care to their employees in a cost-effective manner. This is…
  • Research Report

    North Carolina Budget FY 2015 – 17

    posted September 21, 2015 by Sarah Curry
    For fiscal year 2015-16, the General Fund budget will rise 3.1 percent to $21.7 billion, below the combined rates of population growth and inflation. The following year, the budget will have an overall increase of less than one-percent.

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