John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

2007 year in review

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As media outlets rounded up experts to assess the highs and lows of 2007, several turned to JLF analysts for help. Chad Adams of the Center for Local Innovation discussed the year’s major news with Curtis Wright on Wilmington’s WLTT Radio, “The Big Talker.” Meck Deck blogger Jeff Taylor shared his thoughts with WBT Radio listeners on the Jeff Katz show. WTKF’s Viewpoints Radio show invited analysis from Carrington. Hood offered commentary about the past year’s political developments (including highly publicized corruption scandals) to News 14 Carolina’s “Political Connections” program and the Winston-Salem Journal

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