Anna Manning


Posts by Anna Manning (page 28)

  • Rural issues take center stage in competitive state House District 12

    Carolina Journal reports on the race for House District 12: It may take years for the newly redrawn and mostly rural House District 12 to recover from the economic losses caused by Hurricane Florence’s wind and flood damage. Incumbent Democratic State Rep. George Graham of Kinston thinks his experience…
    Anna Manning, October 25, 2018
  • State gets waiver from D.C. to implement Medicaid managed care

    Carolina Journal’s Dan Way reports: North Carolina has received federal approval to transition to a cost-saving, whole-health Medicaid managed care system that will take the state out of the day-to-day management of the government insurance program for the elderly, disabled, and poor. The federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid…
    Anna Manning, October 25, 2018
  • Carolina Journal reports on Holding, Coleman debate

    On Monday night, George Holding and Linda Coleman debated over the 2nd U.S. Congressional District seat that includes all of Franklin, Harnett, and Nash counties, and portions of Johnston, Wake, and Wilson counties. What was considered a safe seat in a Republican-leaning district is now up for grabs. The political website…
    Anna Manning, October 24, 2018
  • Amendment critics need to move beyond partisan spin, JLF’s Mitch Kokai says

    John Locke Foundation’s Mitch Kokai writes for Carolina Journal’s Daily Journal: Critics have devised reasonable arguments against each of the six constitutional amendmentson North Carolina’s election ballot. But outlandish claims about the amendments threaten to drown out serious messages that might sway undecided voters. Consider, for…
    Anna Manning, October 24, 2018
  • North Carolina At A Glance: Taxes

    Anna Manning, October 24, 2018
  • North Carolina At A Glance: Budget Reforms

    Anna Manning, October 24, 2018
  • Another Long-Term Study Finds Fracking isn’t Contaminating Groundwater

    From John Locke Foundation’s Jon Sanders: Yet another long-term university study of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) has found no evidence that the process contaminates drinking water. This one is a four-year study from Texas, “the fifth and final in a series conducted by researchers at The University of Texas at…
    Anna Manning, October 23, 2018
  • YOU’RE INVITED: Join us for next week’s Shaftesbury presentation

    Washington Post writer, Shane Harris, will explain how and why cyberspace has become the most important battlefield for the United States and how the Trump administration is responding to new and expanding national security threats. We hope you can bring your lunch and join us Monday, October 29th at noon!…
    Anna Manning, October 23, 2018