Capital Tonight episodes

Capital Tonight July 10: Political polarization

On Capital Tonight: A new study from Duke University suggests that moderate candidates won’t run for office because of polarized political climate. Lawmakers Duane Hall and Tom Murry give us a peek inside the budget negotiations. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight July 8: Charlotte resident ID card program

On Capital Tonight: Charlotte is considering a resident ID card program, but immigration reform groups oppose it. We parse the issue with Ron Woodard and Stefan LeTorre. And, our Insiders Perry Woods and Tyler Cralle debate the issues.

Capital Tonight July 7: Same-sex marriage cases

On Capital Tonight: A forthcoming decision from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals on Virginia’s same-sex marriage ban could have significant impact of North Carolina. We talk with Mike Meno of the ACLU-NC and Greg Wallace of Campbell Law School. Lynn Bonner of the News & Observer joins Reporter Roundtable. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight July 4: NC State Archives

On Capital Tonight: We take you into the NC State Archives to get a look at the state’s original copy of the Bill of Rights and the Halifax Resolves. Plus, Gary Harris of the NC Petroleum and Convenience Marketers tells us how high gas prices are going to be for summer traveling. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight July 3: Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker

Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker

On Capital Tonight: Commerce Secretary Sharon Decker explains North Carolina’s new economic development strategy and the new public-private partnership. Lawmakers Reps. Rick Glazier and Craig Horn delve into the budget debate. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight July 1: Autism coverage legislation

On Capital Tonight: The General Assembly is considering legislation that will expand insurance coverage to autism treatment. Plus, our Insiders Dan McCorkle and Larry Shaheen debate the topics of the week. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight June 25: Voter registration efforts

Democracy NC’s Bob Hall talks about voter registration efforts, and Rob Schofield and Francis DeLuca debate the issues in our Advocates segment. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight June 24: Medicaid reform

On Capital Tonight: State Medicaid Director Robin Cummings explains proposed Medicaid reform deals, and Insider Brad Crone talks the issues with Tim Boyum. Watch the program here.

Capital Tonight June 11: Commerce privatization

On Capital Tonight: We debate the particulars of the commerce privatization plan. Our Advocates Donald Bryson and Kevin Rogers debate the budget plans. Watch the program here.v

Capital Tonight June 10: House budget proposal

On Capital Tonight: The House releases its budget proposal. Our budget experts Sarah Curry and Tazra Mitchell break down the bill. Our Insiders Perry Woods and Tyler Cralle debate Sen. Phil Berger’s meeting with Moral Monday protesters. Watch the program here.