State lawmakers have decided to move all 2016 primary elections forward from May to March. Voters also will face a statewide bond referendum on primary election day. Rick Henderson analyzes the implications of a March 15 primary during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Terry Stoops discusses the political debates surrounding North Carolina’s latest teacher turnover report. National election-law expert J. Christian Adams assesses the legal fight over the state’s recent rule changes linked to voter identification, early voting, and other factors.

Jonathan Williams of the American Legislative Exchange Council discusses the impact of recent tax reforms on North Carolina’s economic competitiveness. Plus you’ll learn details of a legislative proposal designed to boost the skills of the state’s high school graduates.