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A weekly, hour-long newsmagazine on North Carolina, Carolina Journal Radio is hosted by Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai and features a diverse mix of guests and topics. Education reform, tax policy, the state legislature, affirmative action, air pollution, freedom of the press and the courts – these are just a few of the subjects that Carolina Journal Radio has tackled since the program began production in 2003.

Latest Episodes

Carolina Journal Radio No. 863: Candidates flock to wide-open N.C. lieutenant governor’s race

This episode addresses the N.C. lieutenant governor's race, the U.S. Supreme Court's last term, the legacy of "fake news," federal reaction to N.C. disaster relief, and new efforts to tax the rich.

47 MIN2019 DEC 2
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 863: Candidates flock to wide-open N.C. lieutenant governor’s race

Carolina Journal Radio No. 862: Identifying the largest problem in public schools

This epsiode addresses public school problems, the qualified immunity doctrine, North Carolina's Innovative School District, criminal law reform, and the American Bar Association's role in judging potential judges.

47 MIN2019 NOV 25
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 862: Identifying the largest problem in public schools

Carolina Journal Radio No. 861: Mecklenburg rejects local sales-tax increase

This episode addresses N.C. sales tax votes, teachers' race and charter schools, the business franchise tax, N.C. anti-opioid laws, and a campaign to reduce medical debt.

47 MIN2019 NOV 18
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 861: Mecklenburg rejects local sales-tax increase

Carolina Journal Radio No. 860: Judges call for new congressional map, accept legislative districts

This episode addresses N.C. electoral redistricting, criminal code recodification, "Raise the Age" funding, Nikki Haley's recent speech in North Carolina, and differences between criminal and civil law.

47 MIN2019 NOV 11
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 860: Judges call for new congressional map, accept legislative districts

Carolina Journal Radio No. 859: Highlighting oddities in N.C. criminal code

This episode addresses the N.C. criminal code, the State Capital and Infrastructure Fund, UNC System enrollment numbers, Charlie Duke's moon landing memories, and N.C. driving freedom.

47 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 859: Highlighting oddities in N.C. criminal code

Carolina Journal Radio No. 858: N.C. Transportation Department raises funding concerns

This episode addresses N.C. transportation funding concerns, an expert assessment of N.C. school choice, the latest N.C. federal court nomination, the return of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law, and Trump administration health care priorities.

47 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 858: N.C. Transportation Department raises funding concerns

Carolina Journal Radio No. 857: Recording unveils national Democratic strategy in N.C. Senate race

This episode addresses the N.C. Senate race, Boris Johnson's impact on Brexit, electoral redistricting reform, the N.C. Constitution's anti-monopoly clause, and N.C. public school enrollment.

47 MIN2019 OCT 21
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 857: Recording unveils national Democratic strategy in N.C. Senate race

Carolina Journal Radio No. 856: Judge to hear challenge of N.C. certificate-of-need law

This episode addresses the N.C. certificate-of-need law, dental therapy, school discipline rules, Association Health Plans, and Gov. Roy Cooper's energy plan.

47 MIN2019 OCT 14
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 856: Judge to hear challenge of N.C. certificate-of-need law

Carolina Journal Radio No. 855: Leadership shakeup for UNC system

This episode addresses UNC leadership changes, ideological diversity on college campuses, N.C.voting machine rules, a war of words in the N.C. House, and the push for more electric vehicles.

47 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 855: Leadership shakeup for UNC system

Carolina Journal Radio No. 854: Constitution Day reminds us about the document’s importance

This episode addresses Constitution Day, similarities between Jesse Helms and Donald Trump, hurricane disaster relief, N.C. freedom rankings, and state lottery concerns.

47 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 854: Constitution Day reminds us about the document’s importance

Latest Episodes

Carolina Journal Radio No. 863: Candidates flock to wide-open N.C. lieutenant governor’s race

This episode addresses the N.C. lieutenant governor's race, the U.S. Supreme Court's last term, the legacy of "fake news," federal reaction to N.C. disaster relief, and new efforts to tax the rich.

47 MIN2019 DEC 2
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 863: Candidates flock to wide-open N.C. lieutenant governor’s race

Carolina Journal Radio No. 862: Identifying the largest problem in public schools

This epsiode addresses public school problems, the qualified immunity doctrine, North Carolina's Innovative School District, criminal law reform, and the American Bar Association's role in judging potential judges.

47 MIN2019 NOV 25
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 862: Identifying the largest problem in public schools

Carolina Journal Radio No. 861: Mecklenburg rejects local sales-tax increase

This episode addresses N.C. sales tax votes, teachers' race and charter schools, the business franchise tax, N.C. anti-opioid laws, and a campaign to reduce medical debt.

47 MIN2019 NOV 18
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 861: Mecklenburg rejects local sales-tax increase

Carolina Journal Radio No. 860: Judges call for new congressional map, accept legislative districts

This episode addresses N.C. electoral redistricting, criminal code recodification, "Raise the Age" funding, Nikki Haley's recent speech in North Carolina, and differences between criminal and civil law.

47 MIN2019 NOV 11
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 860: Judges call for new congressional map, accept legislative districts

Carolina Journal Radio No. 859: Highlighting oddities in N.C. criminal code

This episode addresses the N.C. criminal code, the State Capital and Infrastructure Fund, UNC System enrollment numbers, Charlie Duke's moon landing memories, and N.C. driving freedom.

47 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 859: Highlighting oddities in N.C. criminal code

Carolina Journal Radio No. 858: N.C. Transportation Department raises funding concerns

This episode addresses N.C. transportation funding concerns, an expert assessment of N.C. school choice, the latest N.C. federal court nomination, the return of the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law, and Trump administration health care priorities.

47 MIN2019 OCT 28
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 858: N.C. Transportation Department raises funding concerns

Carolina Journal Radio No. 857: Recording unveils national Democratic strategy in N.C. Senate race

This episode addresses the N.C. Senate race, Boris Johnson's impact on Brexit, electoral redistricting reform, the N.C. Constitution's anti-monopoly clause, and N.C. public school enrollment.

47 MIN2019 OCT 21
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 857: Recording unveils national Democratic strategy in N.C. Senate race

Carolina Journal Radio No. 856: Judge to hear challenge of N.C. certificate-of-need law

This episode addresses the N.C. certificate-of-need law, dental therapy, school discipline rules, Association Health Plans, and Gov. Roy Cooper's energy plan.

47 MIN2019 OCT 14
Comments
Carolina Journal Radio No. 856: Judge to hear challenge of N.C. certificate-of-need law

Carolina Journal Radio No. 855: Leadership shakeup for UNC system

This episode addresses UNC leadership changes, ideological diversity on college campuses, N.C.voting machine rules, a war of words in the N.C. House, and the push for more electric vehicles.

47 MIN2019 OCT 7
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 855: Leadership shakeup for UNC system

Carolina Journal Radio No. 854: Constitution Day reminds us about the document’s importance

This episode addresses Constitution Day, similarities between Jesse Helms and Donald Trump, hurricane disaster relief, N.C. freedom rankings, and state lottery concerns.

47 MIN2019 SEP 30
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Carolina Journal Radio No. 854: Constitution Day reminds us about the document’s importance
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