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Civitas and John Locke To Merge

    On January 1, 2021, the intellectual forces that have driven three decades of freedom-forward research and policy reforms in North Carolina will merge their capabilities, ensuring that North Carolinians' liberties are robustly defended and advanced as we enter this next decade. As we step into 2021, the staff and resources of the John Locke Foundation and the Civitas Institute will unite to form a policy powerhouse designed to create, innovate, and advocate for freedom-forward solutions across the state and region.

    This reorganization to merge capabilities was approved this week by the Boards of Directors of both nonprofit organizations. The decision harnesses the influence and reputation for quality and credibility of both organizations, earned over a combined 45 years of service to North Carolina.


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    Read the full article HERE on Carolina Journal.
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