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North Carolina’s certificate-of-need law continues to stifle potential health care innovation in the state. The Heartland Institute’s Health Care News picked up Sara Burrows’ exclusive article on a recent example of the problems associated with the CON law. The N.C. Bar Association’s Administrative Law newsletter featured reaction from Daren Bakst, John Locke Foundation Director of Legal and Regulatory Studies, to Gov. Beverly Perdue’s executive order on regulatory reform. The website promoted Terry Stoops’ reaction to recent developments in North Carolina public schools’ history curriculum. The American Spectator blog highlighted a recent Carolina Journal Online interview with N.C. State economist Richard Stroup about the professional bias that can facilitate global warming alarmism.

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