The COVID-19 pandemic already has injected an unexpected element into North Carolina’s 2020 elections. Now the looting and riots linked to recent protests in the Tar Heel State could affect elections as well. Rick Henderson analyzes the potential impact for the next edition of Carolina Journal Radio.
You may remember from School House Rock that the way an idea becomes a law is it is introduced to the legislature as a bill and passed through the legislative process. Unfortunately, that process has become muddled throughout the years, as Jon Sanders explains in his latest research brief.
John Trump reports for Carolina Journal Online on the N.C. General Assembly’s latest attempt to reopen bars and gyms across the state. The Daily Journal compares the N.C. economic lockdown to conditions in New Jersey.
The John Locke Foundation’s new Carolina Rebound project is designed to help North Carolina recover from the negative economic impacts linked to COVID-19 and its associated government lockdowns. In the latest edition of Carolina Journal Radio, Terry Stoops highlights Carolina Rebound’s K-12 education recommendations. Jon Sanders details…
Julie Havlak reports for Carolina Journal Online on a bill making it easier for military veterans and their spouses to get N.C. work licenses. John Trump’s Daily Journal probes Gov. Roy Cooper’s inconsistent approach to bars, gyms, and protesters.
John Locke Foundation CEO Amy Cooke, “The Right AOC,” explains how JLF’s new Carolina Rebound will help guide North Carolina to winning the economic recovery. Contact Amy at [email protected] Follow her at https://www.facebook.com/TheRightAOC and https://twitter.com/TheRightAOC.
On Friday, May 22, The John Locke Foundation released its public policy guide for recovering from the fallout of the coronavirus outbreak. The policy guide focusses on four primary areas of concern: fiscal, health care, education, and regulatory policies. In the introduction, written by our CEO Amy O. Cooke, she…