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The Fayetteville Observer interviewed John Locke Foundation Director of Communications Mitch Kokai about a proposed local outdoor smoking ban. Kokai discussed the 2014 election for N.C. State University’s Society of Politics, Economics, and the Law. Kokai discussed the week’s top state government news with Curtis Wright on WMYT Radio.

Chapel Hill’s Daily Tar Heel mentioned JLF in an article about rumors surrounding the next possible University of North Carolina president. The Bull City Mutterings blog cited JLF and discussed the academic work of this week’s Shaftesbury Society luncheon speaker, public convention center critic Heywood Sanders.

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