Home RECENT RADIO SHOWS Carolina Journal Radio No. 842: Recent developments could end long-running school funding...

Carolina Journal Radio No. 842: Recent developments could end long-running school funding case

North Carolina has been dealing with the Leandro school funding lawsuit for 25 years. But recent developments suggest a resolution to the long-running case could be in sight. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation vice president for research and director of education studies, analyzes the latest recommendations and courtroom developments in the Leandro dispute. Some state lawmakers want to give survivors of childhood sexual abuse more time to take their alleged abusers to civil court. You’ll hear highlights from a recent N.C. House debate over a bill that would allow an adult as old as 38 to file suit in a child sexual abuse case. One N.C. congressman used a recent U.S. House debate to draw attention to the boycott, divestment, and sanctions — or BDS — movement against Israel. Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-10th District, asked colleagues to support an amendment to take action against those who support the movement. You’ll hear his argument. One of the most contentious debates in the N.C. General Assembly this year involves fishing. Sponsors of a bill dubbed “let them spawn” want to set new size restrictions for certain fish caught in N.C. waters. Opponents contend the measure would kill the state’s commercial fishing sector. You’ll hear arguments from both sides. The U.S. Supreme Court has closed the door on partisan gerrymandering cases with a 5-4 decision in North Carolina’s Rucho v. Common Cause case. That means the state will not be forced to redraw election districts for 2020 congressional elections. But a similar legal dispute in state court still could affect the future of N.C. House and Senate election maps.

Carolina Journal
Carolina Journalhttps://www.carolinajournal.com/
Interviews with newsmakers, policy experts, and CJ staffers on the issues you need to know.
- Advertisment -

Recent Posts

Secrets of a Nurturing Home, Part 3

Becoming a People of Grace: An Exposition of Ephesians

Lessons from the Dungeon (Part 4 of 4)

In Genesis 40, Joseph faced a seemingly relentless string of disappointments from family, friends, and employers. How did he handle it? Study along with us on Truth for Life as Alistair Begg explains the best way to deal with life’s crushing blows. Liste

How to Have Friendship with God: Modeling Moses in Prayer

Mature believers talk to others about God. And they also talk to God about others. Do you regularly pray for others . . ....

Fact-Checking Your Lifestyle – Part B

In this age of information overload and misinformation, it's difficult to know which sources to trust-especially in a crisis. Fact-checking is common as we try to prove and disprove reports and then decide what to believe. Although fear and mistrust are a natural response in times of trouble, God wants us to develop a different response: faith. So what does it take to cultivate a faith that overrides fear? In this series, Skip Heitzig explores the heroes of faith in Hebrews 11 so we can learn from and follow their example. It's time to fact-check your fear with faith.

Secret Praying Part 1

In the race of life, success with God depends on time spent with Him in secret—time given to the discipline of prayer. For many, prayer is mysterious, especially private prayer. Let’s learn what secret praying is all about. Click here t

12.02.20 An Interview on Challenging Conversations in the Church

The Line of Fire Radio Broadcast for 12/02/20.
%d bloggers like this: