As Carolina Journal Radio marks its 900th weekly episode, Amy Cooke looks ahead to the future of the program’s role in promoting individual freedom, personal responsibility, and limited constitutional government.

Jon Guze explains why the John Locke Foundation is taking part in an eminent domain case involving a Wake County property owner. Jeanette Doran of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law discusses a new lawsuit challenging North Carolina’s Opportunity Scholarship school vouchers.

Dr. Brian Forrest of Access Healthcare Direct explains why the COVID-19 pandemic could help boost telemedicine in North Carolina. And you’ll learn why one top N.C. government official wants to see students back in N.C. public school classrooms as quickly as possible.