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John Locke Foundation: Prudent Policy / Impeccable Research - Volume DX

Publisher's note: We want our readers to understand that there is wise policy afoot here in North Carolina, and to that end, we offer these excellent videos from our associates, in prudent policy research, at the John Locke Foundation.

    We will offer this allotment of three with more to come; some old, most new, but all quite informative, and, moreover, necessary to understanding that in North Carolina, there is a wiser path to govern ourselves and our People.



Peter Hans and Jeni Corn Explain myFutureNC’s Role in Addressing N.C. Education, Economic Goals


Peter Hans, president of the N.C. Community College System and co-chairman of myFutureNC, and Jeni Corn, director of strategic initiatives at myFutureNC, discuss the group’s role in boosting the state’s educational attainment and economic growth. Hans and Corn offered these comments during an interview for Carolina Journal Radio.


JLF Experts Analyze N.C. Primary Elections



John Locke Foundation Senior Vice President Becki Gray and Chairman John Hood discuss North Carolina’s upcoming primary elections. Gray and Hood offered these comments during the Feb. 28, 2020, edition of “NC SPIN.”


JLF’s Mitch Kokai Discusses U.S. Supreme Court’s Consideration of Pipeline Permit


Mitch Kokai, John Locke Foundation senior political analyst, discusses the U..S. Supreme Court’s consideration of a dispute involving the Atlantic Coast Pipeline and the Appalachian Trail. Kokai offered these comments during the Feb. 28, 2020, edition of UNC-TVs “Front Row with Marc Rotterman.”



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