John Locke Update / Impact Newsletter

Stakeholders speak out, N.C.’s battleground history, and other items of interest

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The Kernersville News published John Locke Foundation Director of Regulatory Studies Jon Sanders‘ column on the real stakeholders in debates about energy costs. The same newspaper picked up N.C. History Project Founding Director Troy Kickler‘s column detailing North Carolina’s role as a battleground state in the late 18th century. promoted Director of Fiscal Policy Studies Sarah Curry‘s research newsletter on North Carolina’s recent improvement in Tax Foundation business climate rankings, along with Health and Human Services Policy Analyst Katherine Restrepo‘s newsletter on the benefits of direct primary care. N.C. Senate Republicans’ daily press email publicized Restrepo’s column on direct primary care, JLF Chairman John Hood‘s column on incomplete federal poverty data, and Hood’s analysis of the impact of overregulation.

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