Print Editions

  • Volume 29, Number 11 – November 2020

    On the cover • Election 2020: They came, they voted, they won   News • Quick takes, Page 3 • No thanks, governor. Local governments push back against lockdown letter, Page 4 • Election 2020: Low tide for Democrats, Page 5 • Election 2020: Republicans got out and voted on…

  • Volume 29, Number 10 – October 2020

    On the cover • Pay attention! Outcome of N.C. Supreme Court races could alter political landscape for years News • Graduation rates continue to increase, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3-5 • Governor’s lawsuit against Rules Review Commission could unleash executive power, experts say, Page 6 • Cooper’s permission…

  • Volume 29, Number 9 – September 2020

    On the cover • Lost: Government orders, edicts in response to pandemic break businesses, leaving tradition, culture in tatters News • Quick Takes, Pages 3-4 • Hospital consolidation complicates issues of who’s at fault in Mission Health union debate, Page 5 • Dem candidate faces challenges over loan, residency, Page…

  • Volume 29, Number 8 – August 2020

    On the cover • Opportunity Lost? The education empire strikes back at school choice   News • Health department approves move in COVID-19 testing, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3, 9 • UNC President-elect Peter Hans’ performance-based pay could set national example, experts say, Page 4 • U.S. Supreme…

  • Volume 29, Number 7 – July 2020

    On the cover • New year, new session, new problems: Lawmakers deal with unrest, orders, vetoes   News • Polls, Page 2 • Community college board debates police training as system expects enrollment surge, Page 3 • Governor orders monuments removed from Capitol, won’t say who ordered police to leave,…

  • Volume 29, Number 6 – June 2020

    On the cover • The cost of social distancing: Restaurants struggle as governor dishes out scraps of lockdown relief   News • COVID-19 poll, Page 2 • Sunshine Amendment could test lawmakers’ commitment to transparency, Page 3 • The N.C. General Assembly in May passed two bills dealing with fallout…

  • Volume 29, Number 5 – May 2020

    On the cover • A new reality: COVID-19 • JLF leads effort to ensure CARES Act flexibility for states   News • Polls, Page 2 • N. C. ranks last at getting unemployment payments to applicants on time, Page 3 • CJ Reader Survey, Page 3 • Wake County nixes…

  • Volume 29, Number 4 – April 2020

    On the cover • Regulation rollback: In policy fight against COVID-19, less is more • Where’s my Carolina Journal?   News • Polls, Page 2 • CJ Briefs, Pages 3 – 5 • NCFREE briefing sheds light on Super Tuesday’s role in fall campaign, Page 6 • Budget stalemate leaves…

  • Volume 29, Number 3 – March 2020

    On the cover • Promises, promises: UNC schools advertise bargain tuition, but charge designer fees • Carolina Journal continues award-winning streak at N.C. Press Association   News • Polls, Page 2 • CJ Briefs, Pages 4-6 • NCDOT circus train sits alone in Nash County, Page 7 • Purdue University’s…

  • Volume 29, Number 2 – February 2020

    On the cover • New year, new look • Carolina Journal welcomes new publisher   News • General Assembly leaves town without a budget, Page 2 • Polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 4-7 • Lawsuit over transparency no guarantee UNC changes its approach toward records, Page 8 •…