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Policy Watch cartoonist getting national attention again

It’s not terribly surprising that there have been a lot of excellent political cartoons drawn about Amendment One. Few things lend themselves better to a good skewering than pompous, mean-spirited bigotry. Kevin Siers at the Charlotte Observer has had a lot of good ones of late.  

Still, here at NC Policy Watch, we’re partial to the fantatsic work of our own John Cole. And, happily, a lot of smart folks agree. John is actually the President of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists

Yesterday, the gifted cartoonist for MSNBC, Daryl Cagle, featured John’s Amendment One work for Policy Watch (and a brief interview with him) on his blog, The Cagle Post. You can check out the article by clicking here.

Way to go, John!

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