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John Locke Foundation Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray and Health and Human Services Policy Analyst Katherine Restrepo addressed the Northern Wake Republican Club this week. Gray continues her twice-weekly politics and public policy updates on WTSB Radio.

The News & Observer‘s “Under The Dome” blog promoted the John Locke Foundation’s upcoming anniversary celebration featuring Fox News anchor Chris Wallace. N&O columnist Rob Christensen mentioned JLF in a piece about electoral redistricting reform. The Greensboro News & Record‘s “Mixing It Up” feature cited “Piedmont Publius” blogger Sam Hieb‘s recent entry on the potential impact for Greensboro taxpayers of the newspaper’s published wish list.

WTVD Television interviewed JLF Director of Communications Mitch Kokai about the pending departure of controversial N.C. Department of Health and Human Services communications staffer Ricky Diaz. The N.C. Spin website promoted Kokai’s “Locker Room” blog entry on the Pope Foundation’s response to a hit piece from liberal public television commentator Bill Moyers. Chapel Hill’s Daily Tar Heel interviewed Kokai for an article about campaign spending. Kokai discussed the week’s top state government news with Curtis Wright on WMYT Radio.

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