After two weeks of dizziness and physical therapy, I'll be back on the air again today!
I'm so excited to be back at work and resume some semblance of normalcy. Thank you for everyone who sent well wishes, prayers, kind words, potential treatments, and offers of assistance.
I'll give some more details today at 3:00 p.m. on the show.
Don't worry, though... we'll be getting to lots of topics, too.
- From the Carolina Journal: "A Wake County judge has thrown out N.C. constitutional amendments requiring photo identification for voters and lowering the cap on the state’s income tax rate." And John Hood warns that North Carolinians "will see the Democrats as the party hostile to popular sovereignty here."
- We'll see another election in the North Carolina 9th Congressional District, after the State Board of Elections unanimously ordered a new election amid a fraud investigation. WRAL has a story on six unresolved issues.
- Using handheld mobile phones while driving could soon be illegal in North Carolina. The News & Observer has the story of the proposed legislation.
- Transgender sprinters finish first and second in Connecticut girls track championship, reports the Washington Times.