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NC SPIN episode #833 – Air date 10/19/14

| October 17, 2014 | 1 Comment

Topics: Supreme Court takes 5 cases from Court of Appeals, school Funding issues, Medicaid reform and expansion and #TellUsSomethingWeDon’tKnow. Panelists: Rufus Edmisten, Former Secretary of State, Former Attorney General, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, Becki Gray, Columnist, Carolina Journal, John Hood, President of the John Locke Foundation, and Tom Campbell, Moderator.

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SPIN This Week – October 19

| October 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss the Supreme Court takes 5 cases from Court of Appeals, school funding issues, Medicaid reform and expansion, and tell us something we don’t know. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Rufus Edmisten, Former Secretary of State, Former Attorney General, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy […]

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SPIN This Week – October 12

| October 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss the Marriage Amendment overturned, voting confusion, 1 in 8 third graders not promoted under Read to Achieve, and tell us something we don’t know from our panelists. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Gene Arnold, former legislator, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John […]

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SPIN This Week – October 5

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss neck and neck down to the wire, with few undecided, the side shows of the election…distractions or game changers, the shrinking middle class, and tell us something we don’t know Joining moderator Brad Crone this week are Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John Hood, […]

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SPIN This Week – September 28

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss the State of our State, voucher funds released, medicaid turning the corner, and the elections. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Doug Clark, columnist and editorial writer for the Greensboro News and Record, Patrick Gannon, Editor of The Insider and Capitol Press Association, Tom Lamprecht, […]

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SPIN This Week – September 21

| September 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss  No special session, The Governor’s 25 year transportation plan, Two more wrongful convictions released and Tell us something we don’t know.  Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Dan Blue, III, Political analyst, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John Hood, President of the John […]

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SPIN This Week – September 14

| September 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss  Eight weeks and counting, Coal Ash becomes law without McCrory’s signature, Lowering the bar and Tell us something we don’t know.  Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, Becki Gray, Columnist, Carolina Journal, John Hood, President of the John […]

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SPIN This Week – September 7

| September 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss Legislation Session, Coal Ash Bill, Fracking, 19 for 1 appeals seat and Tell us something we don’t know. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John Hood, President, The John Locke Foundation, Joe Mavretic, Former NC House Speaker and […]

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SPIN This Week – August 31

| August 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we discuss School Vouchers, Election Laws, The Three Judge Panel, Balance of Power, Gay Marriage and Tell us something we don’t know. Joining moderator Tom Campbell this week are Rufus Edminsten, Former Secretary of State, Chris Fitzsimon, Director of NC Policy Watch, John Hood, President, The John Locke Foundation, […]

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SPIN This Week – August 24

| August 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tune into NC SPIN this week as we host a special edition of NC SPIN. The budget has been passed in what is perhaps the most strange session of the legislature and it is time to assess what happened and where we are as a state. And who better to help us understand it than […]

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