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  • Campaign highlights underreported good news about N.C. economy

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 752: North Carolina has achieved major economic gains in recent years, but those gains often have gone unreported as media outlets have focused on political infighting. Donald Bryson, N.C. state director of Americans for Prosperity, explains why his group is drawing attention to…

  • Probing the prospects for energy ‘dominance’

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 752: The Trump administration has talked about achieving energy dominance. Daniel Fine, associate director of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy and senior policy analyst for the New Mexico State Department of Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources, assesses the Trump team’s proposals.

  • Considering the impact of new N.C. AP, SAT scores

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 752: North Carolina public school students saw gains in the past year in both Advanced Placement courses and SAT scores. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation vice president for research, examines the data. Stoops explains whether the latest numbers represent unqualified good news.

  • Judges urge deliberate approach to redrawing their election maps

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 751: As lawmakers consider the first statewide revision of judicial election districts in 60 years, judges are offering their own comments. District Court Judges Athena Brooks and Robert Stiehl and Superior Court Judge Joe Crosswhite offered public testimony during a recent hearing on…

  • UNC system board discusses major changes in university governance

    From Carolina Journal Radio Program No. 751: Division and debate cropped up to a greater degree than normal in a recent meeting of the University of North Carolina system’s Board of Governors. The fractious meeting had been sparked by concerns over the way board leaders and system President Margaret…