Supporters of the N.C. Department of Transportation are urging state lawmakers to devote more money to highway projects. They contend unusual weather events and settlements related to the Map Act have eaten into DOT’s funding sources. Joseph Coletti assesses their claims for the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Jordan Roberts discusses Trump administration policies that are designed to increase access to health insurance. Neal McCluskey of the Cato Institute analyzes North Carolina’s record on parental school choice.

Jeanette Doran discusses the goals of the relaunched N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law. Plus you’ll hear U.S. Sen. Richard Burr touting UNC law professor Richard Myers’ record as Myers prepares for a possible seat on the federal bench.