by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Gov. Pat McCrory and both chambers of the N.C. General Assembly have signaled their interest in saying no to both Medicaid expansion and a state-managed health insurance exchange. Rick Henderson discusses the significance of that development in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Americans for Prosperity President Tim Phillips explains why his national group is looking at North Carolina as a source for good free-market, limited-government ideas over the course of the next two years. N.C. State political scientist Andrew Taylor discusses the Republican Party’s future.
George Leef analyzes the latest news suggesting that the current law school model needs to change, and you’ll hear from a state lawmaker — Rep. Larry Pittman of Cabarrus County — who would like to change the North Carolina Constitution to offer greater protection of gun rights.