Carolina Journal Print Edition

Volume 22, Number 10 – October 2013

• AG’s ‘consumer win’ just pennies on dollar
• Private exchanges could help save businesses

• Obamacare could hike premiums 80 percent, Page 2
• State’s community health centers hope to survive Obamacare, Page 3
• Lack of Obamacare competition worries experts, Page 4
• State Briefs, Page 4
• JLF: N.C. tax reform plan sets state for long-term growth, Page 5

• N.C. Supreme Court gets another crack at Leandro, Page 6
• Terry Stoops commentary: Common Core debate needs civility, Page 6
• Audit unearths employees padding reimbursement reports, Page 7
• Opponents of longer school day dislike district response, Page 8
• Expanded JLF report answers key Common Core questions, Page 9

• Top School of the Arts official keeps job despite finding, Page 17
• Jenna Ashley Robinson commentary: Paying for college in 2031, Page 17
• Plan to end master’s bonus ‘kicks the beehive,’ Page 18
• Campus Briefs, Page 18
• Issues in Higher Education: UNITAS: Malicious indoctrination masquerading as education, Page 19

• Union Station funding still millions shy, Page 10
• Town and County, Page 10
• Aging Greensboro water lines need higher rates for repair, Page 11
• Sarah Curry commentary: Carowinds takes taxpayers for a ride, Page 11
• Journalists’ lawsuit against incentives heads to court, Page 12
• Alcohol-related issues on ballots across North Carolina, Page 13

• Book review: Coolidge biography argues for the power of principle, Page 20
• From the Liberty Library, Page 20
• Troy Kickler commentary: N.C. delegate had outsized role at Constitutional Convention, Page 21
• Movie review: ‘Jobs’ captures intensity, arrogance, of Apple Computer’s genius, Page 22
• Book review: Coyne finds humanitarian aid from government not that helpful, Page 23

• Editorial: Predictable consequences, Page 24
• Donna Martinez commentary: Government lets parents off the hook, Page 24
• Editorial: Do not play, Page 25
• Editorial: Better roads, Page 25
• John Hood commentary: The right way to cut taxes, Page 25
• Michael Walden commentary: Do we ever have enough?, Page 26
• Editorial Briefs, Page 26
• Andy Taylor commentary: Enforcing the voter ID law, Page 27
• Becki Gray commentary: Medicaid and Obamacare, Page 27

• FLOTUS: N.C. State Fair must serve healthier food (a CJ parody), Page 28