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Spotlight on the governor

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The News & Observer‘s editorial page highlighted this week the work of Carolina Journal Executive Editor Don Carrington in documenting questionable air travel involving Gov. Mike Easley. Speaking of governors and controversy, the Connecticut Post mentioned the John Locke Foundation in compiling a profile of former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland, whose imprisonment on corruption charges led to his discussion of “The Arrogance of Power” for a John Locke Foundation Headliner audience in 2006.

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