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NC SPIN this week

| December 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

In addition to pictures of snowmen, snowball fights, cars stuck on the side of the road and lots of other pictures of “Snowmageddon” this week, there was still room in the news cycle to reveal big news about our 9th congressional district election and our NC SPIN panel discusses the latest developments and what’s going […]

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This week on SPIN

| November 15, 2018 | 0 Comments

We’ve got a great show this week, starting with a discussion about the upcoming special session of the legislature and what we might expect them to discuss. Recent rainfall in our state has brought flooding and should reopen conversations about our environment, especially as Governor Cooper is asking for a major cutback of greenhouse emissions […]

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After SPIN! Video – “Will Dale Folwell save the state money on health care?”

| November 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

After SPIN! “Question to Brad Crone and Rick Henderson – Ever since becoming State Treasurer Dale Folwell has taken bold moves to save the State Health Plan money and to make it more efficient. Folwell says the plan is not transparent enough and asked hospitals to tell him what charges they make for procedures. He […]

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What’s on NC SPIN this week

| October 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Joining us on NC SPIN #1040 this week are former Attorney General and Secretary of State Rufus Edmisten, consultant Patrick Sebastian, syndicated columnist and author John Hood and senior political consultant Chris Fitzsimon. Here’s what we will be talking about: Hurricane Florence recovery funding was approved by our legislature in a bi-partisan effort. A three-judge […]

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On NC SPIN this week

| October 4, 2018 | 0 Comments

We’ve got another interesting program for you this week, beginning with a discussion about the court ruling this week regarding whether nor not municipalities can pass transgender friendly bathroom laws. We ask how our Republican legislature is doing and examine all six of the proposed constitutional amendments. As always, we ask the panel to tell […]

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Stormy week on NC SPIN

| September 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

The theme this week is storms, and we begin by talking about the stormy conditions between the State Superintendent and the State Board of Education. We move to Subpoenas raining on 44 county State Boards of Elections and  we must talk about Hurricane Florence. But we don’t sign off until we ask our panel to […]

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The SPIN this week

| September 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

With Labor Day behind us political campaigns are officially underway, but this year’s mid-term elections aren’t like any other and the NC SPIN panel discusses which races to watch, what the polls are showing and what we can expect.  We also look at why teachers say their situations are unacceptable. And should we privatize liquor […]

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House passes revised wording for constitutional amendments

| August 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Legislative leaders have revised the wording on two proposed constitutional amendments after a three-judge panel ruled that unless the wording was changed or an appeal reversed their decision the two would not appear on the November 6th ballot. The House convened Friday morning to consider the new wording and passed, by the necessary 3/5 margin, […]

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Must-see NC SPIN this week

| August 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

It’s been an incredibly interesting week and we have an outstanding panel to talk about it,  beginning with wondering whether or not our Supreme Court Justices will face impeachment, with the legislature clarify the wording on two proposed constitutional amendments or will a higher court reverse the decision not to allow the amendments to be […]

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Impeach Justices?

| August 18, 2018 | 1 Comment

by Tom Campbell, Producer and Moderator, NC SPIN, August 18, 2018 Dallas Woodhouse, Executive Director of the state Republican Party, lobbed a grenade into a Friday discussion about the Constitutional Amendments on  November’s ballot, by suggesting that our Supreme Court Justices might be impeached that if they prevent them from going to a vote.  Was […]

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