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Capital Tonight: Jan. 23 RNC Winter Meeting

On Capital Tonight: Gov. McCrory’s new public safety secretary, Kieran Shanahan, is formulating a holistic plan to make public schools safer, the NC NAACP continues their fight against Voter ID, Republican strategist Larry Shaheen and Democratic strategist Dan McCorckle are on the panel to discuss the RNC’s winter meeting; being held in the Queen City.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 22 Catawba College Prof. Michael Bitzer on the inaugural address

On Capital Tonight: The drive by undocumented immigrants to get a driver’s license continues after a recent ruling by Attorney General Roy Cooper, stakeholders weighed in Monday on chemical disclosure rules oil and gas companies must follow once natural gas exploration starts in North Carolina, on the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade both sides in the debate on abortion lend their views. The special guest tonight is Catawba College professor Michael Bitzer to comment on the themes presented in President Obama’s inaugural address.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 18 President Obama’s inaugural address

On Capital Tonight: The Attorney General’s office has said that deferred action recipients can receive a drivers license, new unemployment rates have been released and the outlook is not so good for recent college graduates, lawmakers are working toward an agreement on the debt ceiling. Duke University history professor William Chafe and NCSU Political Science professor Andy Taylor lend their insight on what we can expect to hear from President Obama’s inaugural address.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 17: How to fix the nation’s debt

On Capital Tonight: The N.C. DMV could be announcing changes; including new tests for a driver’s license, N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper speaks out about a new policy concerning illegal immigrants and their driver’s license, and Gov. Pat McCrory drops by a local radio station to lend his thoughts on gun control policy. Raleigh City Council member Mary Ann Baldwin and NCACPA member Mark Breakfield join the panel to discuss fixing the nation’s debt problems.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 16 Rep. David Price on the Gun Control Debate

On Capital Tonight: Rep. David Price lends his thoughts from Washington on the gun control debate, the march toward a decision on Voter ID legislation continues, and since it is Wednesday, that means it is time for Quick Takes; Cash Michaels from The Carolinian Newspaper and Democratic Consultant Brad Crone are on the panel.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 14, 2013 Voter ID Legislation

On Capital Tonight: The use of campaign finances by Sen. Fletcher Hartsell is under review, Mitch Kokai with the John Locke Foundation and Irving Joyner from the NCCU School of Law appear on the panel discuss Voter ID legislation, and the reporter roundtable breaks down Gov. McCrory’s inaugural address.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 9 Sen. Josh Stein on the 2013 legislative session

On Capital Tonight: Sen. Josh Stein talks about the 2013 legislature being back in session and Gov. McCrory finishes his tour of the state in the Queen City. Republican strategist Carter Wrenn and Democratic strategist Perry Woods appear on the panel.

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Capital Tonight: Jan 3 Swearing in of new NC house members, 113th Congress

On Capital Tonight: The newest members of the North Carolina House of Representatives and the U.S. 113th Congress were sworn-in Thursday in Washington. The House members discuss the issues they face; both past, present, and ahead.

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Capital Tonight: Jan. 2, 2013 Economic Forecast Forum

On Capital Tonight: Tim Boyum and News 14 Carolina’s business reporter Adam Rhew talk to a variety of guests at the 2013 Economic Forecast Forum about several issues ranging from the fiscal cliff, education in NC, banking, unemployment, and major tax reform.

Capital Tonight: Dec. 28 Gov. Bev Perdue reflects on term

On Capital Tonight: Governor Bev Perdue reflects on her term as the chief executive of North Carolina’s government and explores the legacy she hopes to leave behind.