Print Editions

  • Volume 28, Number 12 – December 2019

    On the cover • Permits for tree-cutting may be at root of pipeline mitigation fund delay   News • Governor plans to place indefinite hold on Medicaid transformation, Page 2 • Polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3 – 5 • UNC board is ready to move on, despite…

  • Volume 28,, Number 11 – November 2019

    On the cover • A new war on drugs   News • Polls and trends, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3 – 5 • Charter school supporters voice concerns about Leandro commission, Page 6 • JLF enters latest legal challenge targeting certificate-of-need laws, Page 7 • Smokable hemp and…

  • Volume 28, Number 10 – October 2019

    On the cover • Shifting sands   News • Polls and issues, Page 2 • Conway out at Blue Cross; mega-deal with West Coast Blue pending, Page 3 • For many, damage from Dorian is just beginning, Page 4 • Major hurricanes to hit North Carolina, Page 5 • Building…

  • Volume 28, Number 9 – September 2019

    On the cover • Cracks and fissures: North Carolinians falling into health care coverage gap   News • Polls, Page 2 • Cracks and fissures, Page 3 • Coverage climbs and costs soar in the Buckeye State, Page 4 • Timeline: Medicaid in North Carolina, Page 4 • Arkansas’ Republican…

  • Volume 28, Number 8 – August 2019

    On the cover • Complying with Leandro: The state continues to grapple with ways to implement standards from the decades-old case   News • Politics and polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3 – 5 • Intervention from governor’s adviser led to ACP document recall, Page 6 • Medicaid…

  • Volume 28, Number 7 – July 2019

    On the cover • Drop it! Hands-free legislation brings questions of personal liberty, enforcement challenges   News • CJ’s Travis honored by The Fund for American Studies, Page 2 • Polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3 – 5 • Poll gives Democratic Party 2020 advantage over Republicans, Page…

  • Volume 28, Number 6 – June 2019

    On the cover • In the lab: UNC laboratory schools are changing the formula for education in North Carolina   News • Carolina Journal wins four N.C. Press Association awards, Page 2 • Polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3-5 • Candidate appealing to the center key to 9th…

  • Volume 28, Number 5 – May 2019

    On the cover • A public decision: School choice has a long history in North Carolina   News • Insurance reform comparisons, Page 2 • Polls, Page 2 • Quick Takes, Pages 3-5 • Selections of Young, Brook give Democrats 8-7 edge on state Court of Appeals, Page 6 •…

  • Volume 28, Number 4 – April 2019

    On the cover • Who’s the boss? UNC System turmoil and unclear accountability   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-3 • Lawmakers introduce omnibus health insurance bill, Page 4 • Cooper staff recruited large coalition to sell public on ACP, pipeline fund, Page 5 • Craft beer distribution compromise cheers…

  • Volume 28, Number 3 – March 2019

    On the cover • A cloudy state of transparency: In North Carolina, shifting whims of government officials limit access to public records   News • Quick Takes, Pages 2-5 • Collins’ decision on amendments called unusual, dubious, ‘sticky,’ Page 6 • Second redistricting reform bill emphasizes rules and transparency, Page…