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The Kinston Free Press featured today on the front page of its local section a guest column from John Locke Foundation Research Director and Local Government Analyst Michael Sanera. The piece focused on the benefits Kinston derived from holding partisan municipal elections. Speaking of columns, the Lincoln Tribune is among the media outlets featuring Legal and Regulatory Policy Analyst Daren Bakst‘s column on President Obama’s failed efforts to sway Olympic organizers in their choice of a 2016 Summer Games site. In other news, Private Equity Online cited Carolina Journal in an article about the scandal surrounding an ousted deputy state treasurer.

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