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Six new grant recipients to have economic impact of more than $134 million
 
Professors Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya, original signers of the Great Barrington Declaration, use a Federalist column to discuss their concerns about COVID-19’s long-term impact on science.
Professors Martin Kulldorff and Jay Bhattacharya, original signers of the Great Barrington Declaration, use a Federalist column to discuss their concerns about COVID-19’s long-term impact on science.
 
Tobias Hoonhout writes for National Review Online about the 45th president’s upcoming appearance ot a major conservative event.
Tobias Hoonhout writes for National Review Online about the 45th president’s upcoming appearance ot a major conservative event.
 
Michael Brendan Dougherty of National Review Online ponders the impact of the past year of pandemic.
Michael Brendan Dougherty of National Review Online ponders the impact of the past year of pandemic.
 
Here is our latest (and final) briefing on the wintry coastal storm.
 
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring a wintry mix of precipitation tonight and windy, cold conditions on Thursday.
Our office is currently monitoring an approaching weather system that has the potential to bring a wintry mix of precipitation tonight and windy, cold conditions on Thursday.
 
Ross Marchand writes for the Martin Center about the new president’s approach to higher education policy.
Ross Marchand writes for the Martin Center about the new president’s approach to higher education policy.
 
Rich Lowry of National Review Online documents the social media giant’s influence on American political culture.
Rich Lowry of National Review Online documents the social media giant’s influence on American political culture.
 
Policy recommendations address health and safety, economy and education, and civic and political life
 
Willis Krumholz writes for the Federalist about the negative impact for society of a loss of faith in American election results.
Willis Krumholz writes for the Federalist about the negative impact for society of a loss of faith in American election results.
 
Study finds ECU’s statewide economic impact totals more than $2.5B
Study finds ECU’s statewide economic impact totals more than $2.5B
 
Republicans can take a breath, even if their signature red is mixed with myriad shades of blue.
Republicans can take a breath, even if their signature red is mixed with myriad shades of blue.
 
COVID-19 has had a serious impact on schools across the state.
 
Emily Jashinsky of the Federalist questions the impact of so-called “cancel culture.”
Emily Jashinsky of the Federalist questions the impact of so-called “cancel culture.”
 
Victor Davis Hanson ponders at National Review Online the COVID-19 pandemic’s long-term impact on the ways Americans live their lives.
Victor Davis Hanson ponders at National Review Online the COVID-19 pandemic’s long-term impact on the ways Americans live their lives.
 
Helen Raleigh of the Federalist ponders the potential impact of the Great Barrington Declaration.
 
Isaac Schorr writes at National Review Online about the latest Supreme Court nominee’s impact on a major judicial debate.
Isaac Schorr writes at National Review Online about the latest Supreme Court nominee’s impact on a major judicial debate.
 
The coronavirus has statistically been found to have very little impact on children. But the lockdowns have been especially cruel to our youth.
The coronavirus has statistically been found to have very little impact on children. But the lockdowns have been especially cruel to our youth.
 
James Antle of the Washington Examiner focuses on the electoral impact of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s untimely death.
James Antle of the Washington Examiner focuses on the electoral impact of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s untimely death.
 
When the discussion turns to Opportunity Scholarships, it’s not hard to make Janet Nunn cry.
 
Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon explores the potential electoral impact of new gun owners.
Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon explores the potential electoral impact of new gun owners.
 
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 143 to addresses the social, environmental, economic, and health disparities in communities of color that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Today, Governor Roy Cooper signed Executive Order 143 to addresses the social, environmental, economic, and health disparities in communities of color that have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Willis Krumholz argues in a Federalist column that huge federal deficits “kill blue-collar America.” The federal government’s response to COVID-19 hasn’t helped.
Willis Krumholz argues in a Federalist column that huge federal deficits “kill blue-collar America.” The federal government’s response to COVID-19 hasn’t helped.
 
Sally Pipes writes for the Washington Examiner about widespread misunderstanding of costs linked to the policy proposal dubbed “Medicare for All.”
Sally Pipes writes for the Washington Examiner about widespread misunderstanding of costs linked to the policy proposal dubbed “Medicare for All.”
 
The federal government is sending out a $1,200 Federal Economic Impact Payments (otherwise known as a federal stimulus payment) for a qualifying adult.
The federal government is sending out a $1,200 Federal Economic Impact Payments (otherwise known as a federal stimulus payment) for a qualifying adult.
 
When are special interest subsidies not just special interest subsidies?
 
It should be pretty clear that carbon dioxide (CO2) and carbon are not the same things
 
Governor Roy Cooper today warned North Carolinians to not let down their guard about Florence
 
On Jan. 13, thousands of pro-life North Carolinians rallied in Raleigh to express their opposition to abortion. A week later, thousands rallied in Raleigh and other North Carolina cities to protest Donald Trump as well as Republican policies
On Jan. 13, thousands of pro-life North Carolinians rallied in Raleigh to express their opposition to abortion. A week later, thousands rallied in Raleigh and other North Carolina cities to protest Donald Trump as well as Republican policies
 
In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper proposed adding $15 million to the Smart Start program, a public private partnership focused on early childhood health and education.
In his budget proposal, Common Ground Solutions for North Carolina, Gov. Roy Cooper proposed adding $15 million to the Smart Start program, a public private partnership focused on early childhood health and education.
 
There are just as many fads in politics as there is in other fields of human endeavor, from entertainment to home remedies
There are just as many fads in politics as there is in other fields of human endeavor, from entertainment to home remedies
 
Economic development is a game, and it's played by its own special set of rules
Economic development is a game, and it's played by its own special set of rules
 
East Carolina University senior Lekisha Pittman was recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities with a commitment to civic engagement
East Carolina University senior Lekisha Pittman was recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities with a commitment to civic engagement
 
An analysis shows that East Carolina University's College of Education produced an economic impact valued at almost $46 million in eastern North Carolina during the 2015-2016 academic year.
An analysis shows that East Carolina University's College of Education produced an economic impact valued at almost $46 million in eastern North Carolina during the 2015-2016 academic year.
 
Destroying property and taking things from people doesn't grow the economy. Sounds rather obvious? That's why lobbyists come armed with "economic impact" studies.
Destroying property and taking things from people doesn't grow the economy. Sounds rather obvious? That's why lobbyists come armed with "economic impact" studies.
 
Opponents of House Bill 2, popularly known as the "bathroom bill," claim that the legislation has cost jobs in North Carolina, but it may have created at least one
Opponents of House Bill 2, popularly known as the "bathroom bill," claim that the legislation has cost jobs in North Carolina, but it may have created at least one
 
Governor McCrory announced the creation of the North Carolina Food Manufacturing Task Force today.
 
If you live in a city with a government-owned convention center, chances are pretty good that it's a money loser. It's also a good bet that government leaders think they can fix the problem by spending more money on the convention center and its surrounding amenities. Heywood Sanders, professor...
If you live in a city with a government-owned convention center, chances are pretty good that it's a money loser. It's also a good bet that government leaders think they can fix the problem by spending more money on the convention center and its surrounding amenities. Heywood Sanders, professor...
 
How safe is fracking? Does it contaminate water? Use too much water? Use secret chemicals? As opponents of hydraulic fracturing continue to criticize the process, a new John Locke Foundation Policy Report turns to evidence to answer these and other common questions.
How safe is fracking? Does it contaminate water? Use too much water? Use secret chemicals? As opponents of hydraulic fracturing continue to criticize the process, a new John Locke Foundation Policy Report turns to evidence to answer these and other common questions.
 
On June 11, several experts and agencies testified to the House Committee about the impacts of the Clean Water Act
 
Last year Gov. Pat McCrory and the General Assembly managed to accomplish something that many longtime legislative observers thought was highly improbable if not impossible: a substantial rewrite of North Carolina's system for funding roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure.
Last year Gov. Pat McCrory and the General Assembly managed to accomplish something that many longtime legislative observers thought was highly improbable if not impossible: a substantial rewrite of North Carolina's system for funding roads, bridges, and other transportation infrastructure.
 
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