by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
If not for Carolina Journal’s reporting, few people would have learned that the N.C. Department of Transportation had purchased a former circus train and parked its cars in a wooded area of Nash County. Rick Henderson discusses that story for the next Carolina Journal Radio. Henderson also notes CJ’s recent collection of seven awards from the N.C. Press Association.
Becki Gray looks ahead to both the next session of the N.C. General Assembly and the significant turnover in legislative membership expected after the 2020 elections. Raleigh-based U.S. Attorney Robert Higdon shares his concerns about local sheriffs who refuse to cooperate with federal immigration agents.
Young Voices Education Fellow Tyler Bonin discusses the potential negative impact of college admissions tests on student learning. Plus you’ll learn why a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling is prompting change within the N.C. Revenue Department.