State of Our Constitution Series examines property rights in North Carolina
The John Locke Foundation's N.C. History Project and the N.C. Institute for Constitutional Law co-host a State of Our Constitution Series forum on property rights. WRAL TV anchor David Crabtree moderates a June 8, 2009, discussion in the old House chamber of the State Capitol in Raleigh. The expert panelists are Wake Forest University political scientist John Dinan, former N.C. Court of Appeals Judge John M. Tyson, N.C. Property Rights Coalition founder Kieran Shanahan, and attorney Emmett Boney Haywood. (Click the play button above to view this forum.)
Click here to view the first forum in the series, which focused on the constitution and the power of taxation.
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