John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Hood analyzes state, national issues

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As analysis of the November election results moves forward, media outlets continue to rely on John Locke Foundation President John Hood. The Daily Tar Heel sought Hood’s expertise for a recent article dissecting the Democrats’ November gains. Hood’s recent National Review Online blog entry about “essential reading” in the health care debate also attracted attention from the Kaiser Family Foundation’s Daily Health Policy Report.

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