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As candidates jockey for the chance to serve as North Carolina’s next superintendent of public instruction, Carolina Journal Associate Editor David Bass offered a profile of the race that attracted attention from the N.C. Free Enterprise Foundation and N.C. Senate Republicans. Bass discussed his article with Lockwood Phillips on WTKF’s “Viewpoints Radio.” Bass’ latest American Spectator column examines the “cult of adolescence.” The Mooresville Tribune published Managing Editor Rick Henderson‘s recent editorial on the costs associated with state government jobs. N.C. Senate Republicans noted Henderson’s report on John Locke Foundation ideas for compensating forced-sterilization victims. The N.C. Cannabis Patient Network promoted contributor Dan Way‘s recent article about a medical marijuana bill in the N.C. House.

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