CJRadio

A weekly, one-hour newsmagazine on North Carolina, Carolina Journal Radio is hosted by Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai and features a diverse mix of guests and topics. Education reform, tax policy, the state legislature, affirmative action, air pollution, freedom of the press and the courts – these are just a few of the subjects that Carolina Journal Radio has tackled since the program began production in 2003.

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    Legislators target help for homeless, foster kids

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 718: North Carolina education officials estimate 30,000 homeless kids attend schools across the state. That number does not include homeless children who avoid school altogether. Some state lawmakers are pushing legislation designed to address issues surrounding homeless kids, along with related issues linked…

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    Overly burdensome rules limit food choices, promote waste

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 718: Overly burdensome government rules limit food choices and promote food waste. Those are two of the key warnings linked to the recent book Biting the Hands That Feed Us. Author Baylen Linnekin, adjunct professor at George Mason University’s Scalia Law School, explains…

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    Data analytics play increasingly important role in elections

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 718: The art of targeting voters through data analytics develops rapidly from election cycle to election cycle. David Seawright, director of analytics and product innovation at Deep Root Analytics, discusses the most recent innovations in messaging. Seawright also explains how one of the…

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    Carolina Journal No. 718: Election data analytics take on new importance

    The art of targeting voters through data analytics develops rapidly from election cycle to election cycle. David Seawright, director of analytics and product innovation at Deep Root Analytics, discusses the most recent innovations in messaging. Seawright also explains how one of the most cutting-edge changes involves traditional television advertising. Overly…

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    Legislation would make crimes of open-government violations

    Open government violations at a Feb. 7 North Carolina Military Affairs Commission meeting prompted legislation to make such offenses a crime. The incident could affect the Senate confirmation process of Larry Hall as secretary of military and veterans affairs,…