Print Editions

  • Volume 24, Number 3 – March 2015

    Cover • N.C.’s distilleries seeking beverage equality • Quietly, government stops counting ‘green’ jobs North Carolina • Legislature pushing crowdfunding solutions, Page 2 • Expert: Confirm eligibility before considering Medicaid expansion, Page 3 • Chief justice urges modernization of state courts, Page 4 • State Briefs, Page…

  • Volume 24, Number 2 – February 2015

    Cover • JLF: Promoting freedom for a quarter century • Carolina Journal: A leading government watchdog North Carolina • JLF ‘First in Freedom Index’ highlights growth, Page 2 • McCrory makes high-profile push to restore historic tax credits, Page 3 • Ill. managed care Medicaid draws notice…

  • Volume 24, Number 1 – January 2015

    Cover • DENR, Commerce reviewing stimulus grants • Long-range transportation plan includes tolls, rail North Carolina • Budget, highways, Medicaid highlight 2015 session, Page 2 • NCGA chambers still can’t agree on direction Medicaid should take, Page 3 • NCGA support increases for pension reform, Page 4…

  • Volume 23, Number 12 – December 2014

    Cover • N.C. Commerce lets failed expo center slide • Obama immigration action reveals partisan divide North Carolina • Poll: Voters reject idea of Medicaid expansion, Page 2 • Smaller N.C. companies bracing for Obamacare premium increases, Page 3 • Audit: NCDOT retread contracts too costly, Page…

  • Volume 23, Number 11 – November 2014

    Cover • Hagan-nominated USDA official scrubs docs • Hagan contractor application raises questions • Stimulus file shows significant Hagan family involvement North Carolina • Wos optimistic about Medicaid expansion in N.C., Page 2 • Analysts: Moves to force donor disclosure would chill free speech, Page 3…

  • Volume 23, Number 10 – October 2014

    Cover • DENR ends ‘misleading’ wind-power scheme • Cigar dealers say FDA rules threaten business North Carolina • Supreme Court candidates air differences at forum, Page 2 • McCrory: Industry deal could cause recall, Page 4 • State Briefs, Page 4 • N.C. State prof casts shadow…

  • Volume 23, Number 9 – September 2014

    Cover • NCGA protest rulings could ripple downward • New Hanover board: AP History course biased North Carolina • McCrory to feds: Send N.C. no more illegal minors, Page 2 • Audit: State still lagging with NCTracks Medicaid IT system, Page 3 • JLF report: Here are…

  • Volume 23, Number 8 – August 2014

    Cover • McCrory signs bill repealing Common Core • Elections board looking at Wray spending North Carolina • General Assembly to hold special Medicaid session, Page 2 • Walker over Berger in 6th Congressional District GOP runoff, Page 3 • Report: N.C. pension may be underfunded, Page 4…

  • Volume 23, Number 7 – July 2014

    Cover • Senior Democrat owes thousands in taxes • Salisbury sewer fees prop up broadband North Carolina • Critics question agency’s cost-cutting abilities, Page 2 • Taxpayers could be on hook if SEANC wins whistleblower suit, Page 3 • House bill targets ‘pension spiking’ practice, Page 4…

  • Volume 23, Number 6 – June 2014

    Cover • Another Parton-connected project in trouble North Carolina • Democrats still pushing for Medicaid expansion, Page 2 • SEANC asks SEC to investigate state pension fee ‘violations,’ Page 3 • Statewide political campaigns not getting more expensive, Page 4 • Tillis vs. Hagan showdown headlines races…