John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Rockin’ The Wall and other items of interest

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The Heritage Foundation’s “Insider Online” newsletter promoted the John Locke Foundation’s role in hosting a free Raleigh screening of historian Larry Schweikart’s film “Rockin’ The Wall.” The Jacksonville Daily News cited JLF’s efforts encourage online transparency from state and local government agencies in North Carolina.

Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray briefs WTSB Radio listeners this afternoon about the week’s major developments in politics and public policy. The Mount Airy News published Gray’s column about education reforms taking effect in the new school year. Mitch Kokai filled in for Gray on WTSB earlier this week. Kokai served as guest host for Bill LuMaye Monday on Talk Radio WPTF and discussed the “Rockin’ the Wall” screening as a guest on WPTF as well. Kokai offered a state government update for Curtis Wright on WMYT Radio.

Chapel Hill’s Daily Tar Heel interviewed Kokai for articles about the reported “gender gap” in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race and a recent controversy involving comments from U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger. Kokai will discuss this year’s election season later this morning with two separate groups of Raleigh Charter High School students.

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