Print Editions

  • Volume 25, Issue 5 - May 2016

    On the cover • State-owned railroad won’t share records • N.C.’s Syrian refugees still cannot be traced   North Carolina • United Healthcare withdrawal called ominous, Page 2 • Election official: Overturning required voter ID may be tough, Page 3 • N.C. congressional candidates: Should we be campaigning?, Page 4 …

  • Volume 25, Issue 4 - April 2016

    Cover • Randolph megasite not ready for prime time • State Bar fights complaint involving Cooper   North Carolina • McCrory-Cooper battle set for November election, Page 2 • Officials: Voter ID law did not cause long wait at polls, Page 3 • Experts: Anonymous speech was essential to nation’s …

  • Volume 25, Issue 3 - March 2016

    Cover • N.C. Railroad gives millions to megasite project • High court ruling puts N.C. in political scramble   North Carolina • Craft brewers want more freedom to distribute, Page 2 • Sen. Berger bristles at diversion of education reading funds, Page 3 • Doctor finds concierge practice gives him …

  • Volume 25, Issue 2 - February 2016

    Cover • McCrory says CSX rail hub “not a viable option” • IRS charges N.C. couple with $12 million fraud   North Carolina • Obamacare premiums surge more than 30 percent, Page 2 • Backers rally to launch $2 billion bond package campaign, Page 3 • Critics worry about impact …

  • Volume 25, Issue 1 - January 2016

    Cover • Google partner: Solar power dependability zero • Renewables could cost taxpayers $1 billion North Carolina • Experts: Make redistricting transparent, nonpartisan, Page 2 • Report: UNC system athletics subsidized with student fees, Page 3 • Rucho vows to push more tax reforms in 2016 short session, Page …

  • Volume 24, Issue 12 - December 2015

    Cover • Analysts call Apple renewable energy claims ‘lies’ • McCrory, Cooper agree on Syrian refugees North Carolina • Rouzer: EPA water, energy rules stifling economy, Page 2 • Doctors see direct care, monthly fees as alternative to insurance, Page 3 • Hager, Millis say they’ll continue fighting renewable …

  • Volume 24, Issue 11 - November 2015

    Cover • Amazon’s Wind Farm links nonexistent • FTC: Green misrepresentations a problem North Carolina • State may end Yadkin River dam fights against Alcoa, Page 2 • Some changes coming to Carolina Journal, Page 2 • Wind farm officials differ on need for taxpayer subsidies, Page …

  • Volume 24, Issue 10 - October 2015

    Cover • Fed probe urged of U.S. attorney’s office • Budget includes tax cuts, teacher bonuses North Carolina • Agreement: Renewable energy depends on subsidies, Page 2 • Bill easing rules could aid struggling rural hospitals, Page 3 • Budget provision could delay corporate tax cut, Page …

  • Volume 24, Issue 9 - September 2015

    Cover • Wind farm project could disrupt radar • Gang leader sought prosecutor’s murder North Carolina • New rules have poultry-raising homeowners crying fowl, Page 2 • Lawmakers warn of solar farm toxic material cleanup costs, Page 3 • N.C. close to March 15 presidential primary move, …

  • Volume 24, Issue 8 - August 2015

    Cover • I-77 Lawsuit: Toll Deal Unconstitutional • Stanly College eatery raises ethics concerns North Carolina • Brock: Fiscal data site should be no problem, Page 2 • Tech companies push for mandates, collect subsidies, too, Page 3 • Guidelines lacking for shutting down solar farms, Page …