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State Government Radio Gets a Dose of JLF

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Tune in to State Government Radio in Raleigh (570 AM) and you’ll hear CJ stories and policy issues of importance to JLF during “Carolina Journal Report,” which airs Monday and Friday mornings at 7:50 a.m. The four-minute segments feature Donna Martinez discussing recent CJ Exclusives or issues covered in John Hood’s Daily Journal. So far, segments have included state funding for a motorsports test track, questions over new ferry service in eastern NC, nonprofit accountability and the Frank Ballance indictment, religious discrimination at UNC-Chapel, charter schools, economic incentives, and more.

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