by Mitch Kokai
Senior Political Analyst, John Locke Foundation
Government officials have relied on models projecting COVID-19’s impact as they have made decisions about shutting down major portions of the state’s economy. Donald van der Vaart explains in the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio how the state could benefit from more useful modeling.
Rick Henderson discusses the coronavirus pandemic’s impact on 2020 elections. U.S. Rep. Dan Bishop explains why he decided to join the second protest of an online group that’s committed to reopening the state’s economy.
Will Kehler of McDowell County Emergency Management discusses the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on emergency workers across the state. Plus you’ll hear highlights from a recent episode of Amy Cooke’s new commentary series, “The Right AOC on Point.”