John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Carolina Journal’s work attracts attention

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N.C. Senate Republicans promoted in the past week’s daily press emails John Hood’s columns on North Carolina’s unemployment insurance, mounting public debt obligations, and taxpayer-funded job training programs. The Senate GOP also highlighted John Locke Foundation Vice President for Research and Resident Scholar Roy Cordato‘s column on the possible rollback of North Carolina’s renewable energy mandate, Carolina Journal Associate Editor Barry Smith‘s news reports on immigration reform recommendations and local bond and tax referendums, and Associate Editor Dan Way‘s articles on Obamacare-related health insurance exchanges, questionable state Medicaid savings, and the newly named secretary for the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services.

The Kernersville News picked up Carolina Journal Radio Co-Host Donna Martinez‘s column about a victory against unwarranted regulation. The Jefferson Post published CJ contributor Kristen Blair‘s recent column on boys’ SAT scores. promoted Becki Gray’s column on un-American attacks on religion. cited CJ contributor Sara Burrows‘ report on continuing regulatory roadblocks for North Carolina food trucks.

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