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NC SPIN episode # 998 – Air Date 12/17/2017

| December 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Watch NC SPIN online!  Topics: Atlantic Coast Pipeline Delayed,  Who Should Pay for Duke Energy’s Rate Increase?,  Alabama’s Election Impact on our State  and Tell Us Something We Don’t Know. Panelists: Chris Fitzsimon, Political Analyst Rick Henderson, Editor in Chief Carolina Journal John Hood, Syndicated Columnist Dennis Wicker, Former Lieutenant Governor Tom Campbell, Moderator

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NC SPIN episode # 997 – Air Date 12/10/2017

| December 8, 2017 | 2 Comments

Watch NC SPIN online! NC SPIN #997 is dedicated entirely to healthcare and was recorded at the Winter Meeting of the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians in Asheville.  Topics:                                           How healthy is North Carolina? Medicaid Reform NC Opioid Crisis Rural healthcare   Panelists: Dr. Mandy Cohen, Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services […]

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After SPIN! Video – “Does Judicial Partisanship make a difference in court decisions?”

| December 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

After SPIN! “Question to Bob Orr – There has been a lot of talk about judicial partisanship in court decisions. As a former member of the Supreme Court and a participant in many court cases since that time do you see evidence that the courts favor one political party over the other? If not, why […]

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After SPIN! Video – “Did Bishop William Barber get to meet with Pope Francis?”

| December 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

After SPIN! “Question to Cash Michaels – You broke the story about Bishop William Barber attending a conference at the Vatican and having an audience with Pope Francis. What is the significance of his attendance and what have you learned about the audience with the Pope?”

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After SPIN! Video – “Are lower collected taxes due to income tax cuts?”

| December 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

After SPIN! “Question to John and Dennis – For the first four months of the state’s fiscal year we learned that collections from personal and corporate income taxes and sales taxes were $34 million less than in the same period last year, even though total tax and non tax revenues are about the same as […]

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