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Balanced Debate for the Old North State
Category: News
Location: North Carolina
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June 16, 2020 07:54 PM PDT

Question to John Hood and Chris Fitzsimon – Medicaid managed care was supposed to begin this year but COVID-19 has delayed its implementation to the point some say it will be January of 2021 at the earliest before it could happen. But there are now voices saying maybe we shouldn’t even embark on the reform, that other states haven’t had the desired savings and perhaps a better model might be the Community Care North Carolina approach to Medicaid. What are your current feelings about Medicaid Managed Care?

June 15, 2020 08:15 PM PDT

Question to Howard Lee and Anna Beavon Gravely – The legislature has passed the Second Chance Act to make it easier for young people to expunge nonviolent crimes from their records. Is this a good bill? Should the Govenor sign it into law? What took it so long to pass?

June 12, 2020 05:11 PM PDT

NC SPIN episode #1126 Air Date 6/12/2020

Topic:
A bad turn
School reopening guidelines
Racial Justice
Tell Us Something We Don’t Know

Panelists:
Chris Fitzsimon, Director, States Newsroom
Anna Beavon Gravely, Executive Director of NC Free
Howard Lee, former Senator and Board of Education
John Hood, Syndicated columnist and author
Tom Campbell, Moderator

June 11, 2020 05:19 AM PDT

This week Tom Campbell asks is state government spending too much, too little or just enough?

June 09, 2020 06:49 PM PDT

Question to Chris Fitzsimon and John Hood – On June 23 the 11th Congressional District will have a runoff election between Lynda Bennett and Madison Cawthorn. Election officials are warning of potential problems. What’s it looking like and what are the potential problems?

June 08, 2020 08:03 PM PDT

Question to Cash Michaels and Joe Mavretic – As we hear that our state budget might have a $4 billion dollar deficit several legislators are suggesting that now might be the time to be a $3.1 billion bond referendum on the ballot in November for roads, schools, UNC, and community colleges. What’s your reaction to this proposed legislation?

June 05, 2020 05:11 PM PDT

NC SPIN episode #1125 Air Date 06/05/2020

Topics:
The Republican convention
Protests, riots and looting
The Pandemic is still with us
Tell Us Something We Don’t Know

Panelists:
Former House Speaker Joe Mavretic
Chris Fitzsimon, Director, States Newsroom
John Hood, syndicated columnist and author
Cash Michaels, Journalist and Filmmaker
Tom Campbell, Moderator

June 03, 2020 07:50 PM PDT

This week Tom Campbell discusses our current the George Floyd protests amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

June 02, 2020 06:32 PM PDT

Question to John Hood and Chris Fitzsimon – Judicial Watch, a conservative leaning think tank organization based in Washington DC has filed suit against the SBOE alleging the state has violated federal law by not maintaining their voter files to current standards. Is this about maintaining the voter files or is it an effort to keep people from voting?
Meanwhile the liberal-leaning Southern Coalition are suing in federal court saying the state hasn’t done enough to open up the voter registration process. This lawsuit is technical in nature but does it have merit?

June 01, 2020 08:54 PM PDT

 Question to Anna Beavon Gravely and Rufus Edmisten - There is bi-partisan legislation moving forward on a number of measures supported by the State Board of Elections. Rep. David Lewis and Rep. Pricey Harrison have co-sponsored the legislation – much of dealing with COVID-19 related matters / one top issue is absentee ballots by mail. What changes are needed in absentee ballots and what type of demand will we be looking at in the General Election?

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