The debate about COVID-19 policies features plenty of data. It’s not always clear that the data points tell an accurate story. Jon Sanders explains why during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.

Joseph Coletti explains how popular Democratic policies — Medicaid expansion, an end to collective bargaining, and Gov. Roy Cooper’s proposed budget increases — could affect N.C. taxpayers in the years ahead. Terry Stoops discusses the N.C. Supreme Court’s potential role in resolving a lawsuit challenging Opportunity Scholarships.

Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute questions a popular narrative linked to American trade with China. Plus you’ll hear from John Turcotte, who recently retired as one of state government’s top internal watchdogs. He discusses his work as head of the General Assembly’s internal Program Evaluation Division.