Now that N.C. parents have access to A-F grades for their children’s public schools, the state education establishment is registering complaints. Terry Stoops assesses the new school grades and explains their usefulness for parents during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Sarah Curry explains why state lawmakers made the right choice in allowing historic preservation tax credits to go away. Michael Lowrey discusses the prospect of new ride-sharing regulation in North Carolina. Becki Gray urges N.C. lawmakers to focus on freedom as they set their legislative agenda.

Plus Dr. Philip Miller recounts the troubling history of lobotomy as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.