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JLF gets national attention for commentary on Hagan, N.C. history

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The debacle associated with the rollout of the Obamacare-related website has generated concerns for supporters of U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan, the Democrat and Obamacare supporter who is seeking re-election next year. John Locke Foundation President John Hood discusses Hagan’s new political vulnerability in an article posted this week at National Review Online.

The Washington Post also highlighted JLF’s N.C. History Project this week in article about wine. The Post quotes History Project Director Troy Kickler discussing the origins of the scuppernong “mother vine.”

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