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NC SPIN episode # 835 – Air Date 11/2/14

| October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Topics: Elections, The House, The vote, The last word Panelists: Brad Crone, Political Consultant Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation Doug Raymond, Political Consultant Tom Campbell, Moderator

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Early voting continues ahead of 2010

| October 31, 2014 | 1 Comment

by Michael Bitzer, Political Science Professor, Catawba College, October 30, 2014. NC’s In-Person Early Voting Continues to March Ahead of 2010′s Numbers North Carolina’s early voting continues its march ahead of where the state was four years in the last mid-term election; among all early voting methods (in-person and mail-in balloting), 731,251 ballots have been […]

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McCrory assessing Medicaid expansion

| October 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Emery Dalesio, News and Observer, October 30, 2014. Gov. Pat McCrory said Thursday he’s weighing whether to expand Medicaid, the health insurance plan for the poor and disabled, adding to signs that state Republican leaders may reconsider their opposition to extending the social program. In addition to shaping a plan for networks of physicians […]

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SPIN This Week – November 2

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss the elections, the House, the vote, and the last word from our panelists. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Brad Crone, Political Consultant, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, and Doug Raymond, Political Consultant. Air Times […]

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After SPIN! 10/26/14 – “Should the state’s largest departments be audited?”

| October 30, 2014 | 0 Comments

After SPIN! Video – 10/26/14- Question to John Hood – “A legislative study committee has recommended that the State Auditor conduct detailed audits of the state’s largest departments so lawmakers can see a line-item breakdown of how funds are being spent. There has been no detailed financial audits of many of these departments in more […]

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