Carolina Journal Print Edition

Volume 23, Number 10 – October 2014

• DENR ends ‘misleading’ wind-power scheme
• Cigar dealers say FDA rules threaten business

• 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 over solar forum with predictions, Page 5
• JLF: Capital gains rate cut would build economic momentum, Page 6
• Insurer: Obamacare premiums about to surge in N.C., Page 7

• Court frees voucher funds as NCAE lawsuit continues, Page 8
• Kristen Blair commentary: When snoozing isn’t losing, Page 8
• Education, health costs of unaccompanied minors hard to tally, Page 9

• Adult star Knox is advocate for free-market education, Page 17
• George Leef commentary: Clery Act may not improve campus safety, Page 17
• Study: UNC teaching load data not very reliable, Page 18
• Campus Briefs, Page 18
• Issues in Higher Education: Academic freedom and contract freedom need to be balanced, Page 19

• HOT lane proposed for I-77 north of Charlotte, Page 10
• Town and County, Page 10
• County sales tax would pay for Rockingham sports complex, Page 11
• Charlotte punts ride-sharing issue to N.C. General Assembly, Page 12
• Court: With no maps, burden on city to prove zoning violation, Page 12
• Chamber: New EPA ozone rule could cost jobs, billions, Page 13

• Book review: Gonzalez: Hispanic ethnic unity a government myth, Page 20
• From the Liberty Library, Page 20
• Troy Kickler commentary: Macon and the Invisibles were major actors in early U.S. history, Page 21
• Book review: Timmerman: Obama, Clinton, political correctness botched Benghazi, Page 22
• Book review: Prof. Bell challenges assumptions about benefits of copyright law, Page 23

• Editorial: State raised school spending, Page 24
• Rick Henderson commentary: Stop dwelling on the past, Page 24
• Editorial: Consensus on reform, Page 25
• Editorial: Labor freedom, Page 25
• John Hood commentary: UNC system makes progress, Page 25
• Michael Walden commentary: Population growth and our future, Page 26
• Media Mangle: Something dirty in the pool, Page 26
• Terry Stoops commentary: Probing the dip in ed school enrollment, Page 27
• Becki Gray commentary: Women’s ‘advocates’ holding women back, Page 27

• USDA promoting Organic Food Certificates for N.C. (a CJ parody), Page 28