John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Hood analyzes state, national issues

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In addition to the “Critical Condition” blog, John Hood contributed this week to National Review Online’s primary blog, “The Corner,” with analysis of issues such as flaws in government housing policy, New York state’s budget deficit, and Los Angeles’ efforts to fight obesity by banning restaurants in certain parts of the city. The Asheville Citizen-Times also interviewed Hood for an article about extending the federal home buyer’s tax credit. N.C. Senate Republicans also highlighted in a blast e-mail Hood’s Daily Journal column about increasingly irrational arguments from the political Left.

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