More than two decades after he left public office, former Gov. Jim Martin’s impact on North Carolina politics continues. Martin, subject of the new biography Catalyst, discusses his fascinating story during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Katherine Restrepo assesses complex, and often humorous, changes in medical diagnosis codes. (If you’re ever attacked with frog venom, there’s a code for that.) She explains why a large increase in the number of codes could mean headaches for many medical providers.

State Environmental Quality Secretary Donald van der Vaart draws attention to two recent “power grabs” from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and UNC-Chapel Hill historian Molly Worthen challenges stereotypes about evangelical Christians and their political beliefs.

Plus you’ll hear highlights from a recent debate over adding GPS tracking to the state’s cyberstalking law.