A federal judge has ruled North Carolina can proceed this fall with elections incorporating election-law changes approved in 2013. Rick Henderson assesses the significance of that ruling during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Roy Cordato pans the misguided environmental message embedded within exhibits at Fort Fisher’s N.C. Aquarium, and Lindalyn Kakadelis discusses a controversy surrounding new standards for an Advanced Placement U.S. history class.

N.C. State professor Bartley Danielsen discusses the environmental benefits of school choice, and you’ll hear highlights from one of the General Assembly’s competing coal ash cleanup plans.