One of the most important races on the November election ballot has yet to attract much public attention: the race for a seat on North Carolina’s Supreme Court. John Hood explains the significance of the contest during the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
Rick Henderson offers updates on two topics that have interested Carolina Journal in recent months. He’ll discuss regulation of African hair braiders and state efforts to silence the so-called “caveman diet” blogger.
Steve Milloy of JunkScience.com discusses his recent complaint to the N.C. Medical Board over air pollution tests the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency conducted on people in North Carolina. Author Warren Bingham shares the history of George Washington’s Southern tour of 1791.
Plus you’ll learn why a $2.6 billion debt isn’t the only problem plaguing North Carolina’s unemployment benefits system.