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  1. Carolina Journal Radio No. 879: Coronavirus pandemic highlights government barriers that limit response2020/03/23
  2. Carolina Journal Radio No. 878: Voters’ Super Tuesday choices set stage for November elections2020/03/16
  3. Carolina Journal Radio No. 877: Carolina Journal breaks story of N.C. DOT circus train2020/03/09
  4. Carolina Journal Radio No. 876: Cooper makes unusual claim about business taxes2020/03/02
  5. Carolina Journal Radio No. 875: John Locke Foundation joins court fight to protect workers’ rights2020/02/24
  6. Carolina Journal Radio No. 874: N.C. voters look ahead to Super Tuesday2020/02/17
  7. Carolina Journal Radio No. 873: Judge accepts key findings from outside consultant’s Leandro report2020/02/10
  8. Carolina Journal Radio No. 872: John Locke Foundation welcomes new CEO for fourth decade of advancing liberty2020/02/03
  9. Carolina Journal Radio No. 871: Kansas decision boosts pressure for N.C. Medicaid expansion2020/01/27
  10. Carolina Journal Radio No. 870: N.C. parental school choice options continue to grow2020/01/20
  11. Carolina Journal Radio No. 869: Fighting back against public education myths2020/01/13
  12. Carolina Journal Radio No. 868: Lawmakers to return to Raleigh for mid-January session2020/01/06
  13. Carolina Journal Radio No. 867: Year-end special revisits intriguing 2019 topics2019/12/30
  14. Carolina Journal Radio No. 866: Interesting developments in N.C. 2020 Senate race2019/12/23
  15. Carolina Journal Radio No. 865: Redistricting fights resolved for 2020 elections2019/12/16
  16. Carolina Journal Radio No. 864: Freedom’s defenders see more N.C. victories in 20192019/12/09
  17. Carolina Journal Radio No. 863: Candidates flock to wide-open N.C. lieutenant governor’s race2019/12/02
  18. Carolina Journal Radio No. 862: Identifying the largest problem in public schools2019/11/25
  19. Carolina Journal Radio No. 861: Mecklenburg rejects local sales-tax increase2019/11/18
  20. Carolina Journal Radio No. 860: Judges call for new congressional map, accept legislative districts2019/11/11
  21. Carolina Journal Radio No. 859: Highlighting oddities in N.C. criminal code2019/11/04
  22. Carolina Journal Radio No. 858: N.C. Transportation Department raises funding concerns2019/10/28
  23. Carolina Journal Radio No. 857: Recording unveils national Democratic strategy in N.C. Senate race2019/10/21
  24. Carolina Journal Radio No. 856: Judge to hear challenge of N.C. certificate-of-need law2019/10/14
  25. Carolina Journal Radio No. 855: Leadership shakeup for UNC system2019/10/07
  26. Carolina Journal Radio No. 854: Constitution Day reminds us about the document’s importance2019/09/30
  27. Carolina Journal Radio No. 853: Republicans win both N.C. special congressional elections2019/09/23
  28. Carolina Journal Radio No. 852: New law takes another step against N.C. overcriminalization2019/09/16
  29. Carolina Journal Radio No. 851: Trump stumps in N.C. ahead of special congressional elections2019/09/09
  30. Carolina Journal Radio No. 850: Poll projects close N.C. presidential race again in 20202019/09/02
  31. Carolina Journal Radio No. 849: Reform needed for broken N.C. school financing model2019/08/26
  32. Carolina Journal Radio No. 848: N.C. budget surplus nears unexpected $900 million2019/08/19
  33. Carolina Journal Radio No. 847: Alcohol regulation reforms take major step forward in North Carolina2019/08/12
  34. Carolina Journal Radio No. 846: New Duke research raises serious questions about Medicaid2019/08/05
  35. Carolina Journal Radio No. 845: Disagreement over new fund in school construction debate2019/07/29
  36. Carolina Journal Radio No. 844: Lineups set for special Sept. 10 congressional elections2019/07/22
  37. Carolina Journal Radio No. 843: Polling data offer hints about N.C. governor’s race2019/07/15
  38. Carolina Journal Radio No. 842: Recent developments could end long-running school funding case2019/07/08
  39. Carolina Journal Radio No. 841: More candidates join North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race2019/07/01
  40. Carolina Journal Radio No. 840: Health care innovations could boost access, reduce costs2019/06/24
  41. Carolina Journal Radio No. 839: Compromise opens door for more craft-beer growth2019/06/17
  42. Carolina Journal Radio No. 838: Senate unveils its version of N.C. budget2019/06/10
  43. Carolina Journal Radio No. 837: Partisan politics and the N.C. elections board shakeup2019/06/03
  44. Carolina Journal Radio No. 836: Bishop’s win sets table for 9th District contest2019/05/27
  45. Carolina Journal Radio No. 835: Tillis picks up GOP challenger in 2020 Senate race2019/05/20
  46. Carolina Journal Radio No. 834: Assessing the impact of the May 1 teacher walkout2019/05/13
  47. Carolina Journal Radio No. 833: Two stories highlight ongoing incentives debate2019/05/06
  48. Carolina Journal Radio No. 832: Reformers would reduce, eliminate certificate-of-need rules2019/04/29
  49. Carolina Journal Radio No. 831: Teacher union plans May 1 march in Raleigh2019/04/22
  50. Carolina Journal Radio No. 830: Sustainable budgeting key to recent N.C. success2019/04/15
  51. Carolina Journal Radio No. 829: N.C. election maps head back to nation’s highest court2019/04/08
  52. Carolina Journal Radio No. 828: East Carolina chancellor announces resignation plan2019/04/01
  53. Carolina Journal Radio No. 827: N.C. Supreme Court sees major personnel changes2019/03/25
  54. Carolina Journal Radio No. 826: Cooper budget plan features teacher pay raise, bond, Medicaid expansion2019/03/18
  55. Carolina Journal Radio No. 825: Cooper sets out priorities in State of the State speech2019/03/11
  56. Carolina Journal Radio No. 824: New election proceeding for N.C. 9th Congressional District2019/03/04
  57. Carolina Journal Radio No. 823: Advocates mislead public about ‘Medicare for all’2019/02/25
  58. Carolina Journal Radio No. 822: New elections board considers 9th District congressional dispute2019/02/18
  59. Carolina Journal Radio No. 821: Candidates make early jump into 2020 races2019/02/11
  60. Carolina Journal Radio No. 820: Examining growth in N.C. private school choice options2019/02/04
  61. Carolina Journal Radio No. 819: The case for capping N.C. capital gains tax2019/01/28
  62. Carolina Journal Radio No. 818: Familiar faces will lead N.C. General Assembly in 20192019/01/21
  63. Carolina Journal Radio No. 817: More N.C. tax relief kicks in for 20192019/01/14
  64. Carolina Journal Radio No. 816: Getting to the core of Apple’s decision to bypass N.C.2019/01/07
  65. Carolina Journal Radio No. 815: Year-end special revisits intriguing 2018 topics2018/12/31
  66. Carolina Journal Radio No. 814: Lawmakers will face budget challenges in 20192018/12/24
  67. Carolina Journal Radio No. 813: Legislators loosen restriction on N.C. tax incentives2018/12/17
  68. Carolina Journal Radio No. 812: Poll suggests N.C. will remain presidential battleground state2018/12/10
  69. Carolina Journal Radio No. 811: Lawmakers look into controversial pipeline fund2018/12/03
  70. Carolina Journal Radio No. 810: Trump, Obama both claim credit for economic gains2018/11/26
  71. Carolina Journal Radio No. 809: Voters break Republicans’ N.C. legislative supermajorities2018/11/19
  72. Carolina Journal Radio No. 808: Expert analyzes Cooper’s N.C. emissions order2018/11/12
  73. Carolina Journal Radio No. 807: Voters to decide future of N.C. General Assembly2018/11/05
  74. Lawmakers offer contrasting assessments of Florence’s impact on hog lagoons2018/10/22
  75. New commission hears testimony from injured student-athlete2018/10/22
  76. National expert rebuts myth about private school science education2018/10/22
  77. Libertarian group flunks Cooper despite N.C.’s strong fiscal health2018/10/22
  78. Carolina Journal Radio No. 805: Libertarian group assigns Cooper F grade for fiscal policies2018/10/22
  79. Florence’s flooding creates challenges for N.C. schools2018/10/15
  80. Lawmaker highlights problems linked to Lyme disease2018/10/15
  81. N.C. expert helps federal Justice Department address campus free speech2018/10/15
  82. First Hurricane Florence relief session produces near-unanimous agreement2018/10/15
  83. Carolina Journal Radio No. 804: Lawmakers approve first round of hurricane relief2018/10/15
  84. Certificate-of-need law follows historical pattern of government restrictions2018/10/08
  85. State constitution expert places N.C. amendments in national context2018/10/08
  86. Duke professor believes arguments can help battle polarization2018/10/08
  87. New report shows improvement in N.C. colleges’ free-speech protections2018/10/08
  88. Carolina Journal Radio No. 803: N.C. colleges make advances in protecting free speech2018/10/08
  89. Price-gouging laws create unintended harm for consumers2018/10/01
  90. Feds choose Charlotte to unveil new program targeting small businesses and retirement2018/10/01
  91. Computer expert ponders potential impact of Facebook regulation2018/10/01
  92. Lawmakers built rainy-day fund to cushion blow from events like Hurricane Florence2018/10/01
  93. Carolina Journal Radio No. 802: Rainy-day fund will help N.C. recover from Florence2018/10/01
  94. National group misses mark by linking lagging N.C. math scores to dropping Common Core2018/09/24
  95. Legislative committee to investigate Atlantic Coast Pipeline fund2018/09/24
  96. Economic historian challenges flawed accounts of school voucher history2018/09/24
  97. N.C. ballots set after flurry of legal challenges2018/09/24
  98. Carolina Journal Radio No. 801: Ballot set with N.C. election lawsuits resolved for now2018/09/24
  99. New group to investigate controversial Atlantic Coast Pipeline fund2018/09/17
  100. UNC-Chapel Hill ordered to develop plan for Silent Sam by November2018/09/17
Carolina Journal Radio
http://carolinajournal.com/radio
A weekly, one-hour newsmagazine on North Carolina, Carolina Journal Radio is hosted by Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai and features a diverse mix of guests and topics. Education reform, tax policy, the state legislature, affirmative action, air pollution, freedom of the press and the courts – these are just a few of the subjects that Carolina Journal Radio has tackled since the program began production in 2003.

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