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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    Performance plays no role in UNC chancellors’ latest raises

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 692: Seven of the University of North Carolina system’s chancellors will see pay hikes beyond the general statewide state employee pay raises included in the latest N.C. budget. Included are raises of as much as $56,000. None of the raises is based on…

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    N.C. CON law fails to meet its goals

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 692: North Carolina’s certificate-of-need law was designed to help control health care costs by giving state government oversight of new medical facilities and large-scale equipment. The reality has been far different from the original projections. Chris Koopman, research fellow with the Project for…

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    Democrats, Republicans scrap for N.C. electoral support

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 692: North Carolina could prove to be a key player in determining the outcome of the 2016 presidential race. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican opponent Donald Trump both seem to sense the Tar Heel State’s importance. They’ve made multiple appearances here since…

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    Major parties jostle for N.C. electoral votes

    North Carolina could prove to be a key player in determining the outcome of the 2016 presidential race. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican opponent Donald Trump both seem to sense the Tar Heel State’s importance. They’ve made multiple appearances here since securing their respective parties’ nominations. They’ve also sent…

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    High Point boosters want stadium but have no team

    HIGH POINT — Some of High Point’s leaders are advancing a plan that would place a multipurpose stadium somewhere downtown, even though the city does not host a minor league professional sports team. Baseball could be played at the new complex, along with soccer and lacrosse, said Doyle Early, a…