by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
North Carolina government agencies are seeing significant changes, thanks to legislation the General Assembly approved in December. Becki Gray explains in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio how that legislation affects new Gov. Roy Cooper and state employees who have overseen elections, ethics, and lobbying.
Rick Henderson explores the latest developments in the fight over House Bill 2, the so-called 2016 “bathroom bill.” You’ll also learn details of a state legislative review of efforts to reduce Medicaid waste, fraud, and abuse.
Lawmakers assess lessons law enforcement officers have learned from last year’s Charlotte riots. Plus the outgoing head of the N.C. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs discusses state preparations for the next round of military Base Realignment and Closure reviews.