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Health care is a right, not a privilege — and ensuring that every single American has access to the quality, affordable health care they need is a national imperative.
Health care is a right, not a privilege — and ensuring that every single American has access to the quality, affordable health care they need is a national imperative.
 
The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage held its last meeting today to finalize principles to help guide Governor Roy Cooper and legislative leaders as they consider options to increase affordable and comprehensive health coverage for North Carolinians.
The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage held its last meeting today to finalize principles to help guide Governor Roy Cooper and legislative leaders as they consider options to increase affordable and comprehensive health coverage for North Carolinians.
 
Governor Roy Cooper will join members of The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage for its third meeting today as the Council discusses options and guiding principles to expand access to health care coverage for North Carolinians.
Governor Roy Cooper will join members of The North Carolina Council on Health Care Coverage for its third meeting today as the Council discusses options and guiding principles to expand access to health care coverage for North Carolinians.
 
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
The Governor and Council of State will take their oaths of office in a program on January 9th at 10AM
 
Under third-year head coach Mike Houston, East Carolina will look to bolster its roster when the 2021 signing class is revealed on Wednesday, Dec. 16.
Under third-year head coach Mike Houston, East Carolina will look to bolster its roster when the 2021 signing class is revealed on Wednesday, Dec. 16.
 
Council’s first meeting will be held today at 10 am; livestream link available
 
The New York Post published a scathing indictment last week on the media coverage of the 2020 election.
The New York Post published a scathing indictment last week on the media coverage of the 2020 election.
 
Andrew Stiles of the Washington Free Beacon pokes fun at major media outlets’ coverage of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a leading candidate for the open U.S. Supreme Court seat.
Andrew Stiles of the Washington Free Beacon pokes fun at major media outlets’ coverage of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a leading candidate for the open U.S. Supreme Court seat.
 
Andrea Widburg of the American Thinker writes that Florida’s governor has released his “inner Trump.”
Andrea Widburg of the American Thinker writes that Florida’s governor has released his “inner Trump.”
 
The White House on Monday canceled its daily Coronavirus Task Force briefing after President Trump lashed out at the media for what he called “hostile questions.”
The White House on Monday canceled its daily Coronavirus Task Force briefing after President Trump lashed out at the media for what he called “hostile questions.”
 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of North Carolina’s Medicaid program, which provides health coverage for low-income adults, children, pregnant women, seniors and people with disabilities throughout the state.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of North Carolina’s Medicaid program, which provides health coverage for low-income adults, children, pregnant women, seniors and people with disabilities throughout the state.
 
While the health care debate has usually focused on questions of insurance coverage and finance, the composition and delivery of medical services have been changing significantly.
While the health care debate has usually focused on questions of insurance coverage and finance, the composition and delivery of medical services have been changing significantly.
 
For people looking to sink talk of Medicaid expansion in North Carolina, Ohio is the go-to state to paint as a Medicaid debacle.
For people looking to sink talk of Medicaid expansion in North Carolina, Ohio is the go-to state to paint as a Medicaid debacle.
 
North Carolina doesn’t just have a health care gap. Large fissures riddle the system.
North Carolina doesn’t just have a health care gap. Large fissures riddle the system.
 
Governor Roy Cooper met with people from across the Piedmont and western regions of the state to hear firsthand the choices that they are forced to make because they cannot access affordable, quality health insurance.
Governor Roy Cooper met with people from across the Piedmont and western regions of the state to hear firsthand the choices that they are forced to make because they cannot access affordable, quality health insurance.
 
Today, early childhood educators urged Governor Roy Cooper to expand Medicaid at a roundtable discussion at Discovery Harbor Learning Center in Charlotte.
Today, early childhood educators urged Governor Roy Cooper to expand Medicaid at a roundtable discussion at Discovery Harbor Learning Center in Charlotte.
 
Governor Roy Cooper and Democratic leaders today offered Republican leadership a state budget compromise proposal that would close the health care coverage gap, raise teacher pay, cut taxes for people and guarantee school construction while balancing the budget and saving money in the Rainy Day Fund
Governor Roy Cooper and Democratic leaders today offered Republican leadership a state budget compromise proposal that would close the health care coverage gap, raise teacher pay, cut taxes for people and guarantee school construction while balancing the budget and saving money in the Rainy Day Fund
 
Today, the Board of Trustees of Ashe Memorial Hospital presented Governor Roy Cooper with a resolution encouraging the Governor and the General Assembly to expand Medicaid.
Today, the Board of Trustees of Ashe Memorial Hospital presented Governor Roy Cooper with a resolution encouraging the Governor and the General Assembly to expand Medicaid.
 
Remarks by President Trump on Expanding Health Coverage Options for Small Businesses and Workers
 
President Donald J. Trump is expanding Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), opening new coverage options for American workers.
 
A significant portion of CNN's staff that covers health is being laid off, which comes just days after CNN denied rumors that mass layoffs were coming to the far-left network.
A significant portion of CNN's staff that covers health is being laid off, which comes just days after CNN denied rumors that mass layoffs were coming to the far-left network.
 
In a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, early childhood professionals from across North Carolina shared stories of how the health care coverage gap is negatively affecting their colleagues.
In a round table discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, early childhood professionals from across North Carolina shared stories of how the health care coverage gap is negatively affecting their colleagues.
 
“The cost of doing nothing is not nothing,” John Owen, mental health consumer, told Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D, at a roundtable to discuss the impact of untreated behavioral health on communities and the challenges of accessing care for those who need it.
“The cost of doing nothing is not nothing,” John Owen, mental health consumer, told Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, M.D, at a roundtable to discuss the impact of untreated behavioral health on communities and the challenges of accessing care for those who need it.
 
As some of our state’s legislative leaders continue their opposition to expanding Medicaid to cover the “working poor,” there’s growing evidence that they’re out of step with many of their constituents — even the conservative ones.
As some of our state’s legislative leaders continue their opposition to expanding Medicaid to cover the “working poor,” there’s growing evidence that they’re out of step with many of their constituents — even the conservative ones.
 
It was Nixon who went to China. And now the forces for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina have their own unlikely champion.
It was Nixon who went to China. And now the forces for Medicaid expansion in North Carolina have their own unlikely champion.
 
A group of 15 business leaders have signed an op-ed running in papers around the state calling for a bipartisan solution to close the health care coverage gap.
A group of 15 business leaders have signed an op-ed running in papers around the state calling for a bipartisan solution to close the health care coverage gap.
 
As the debate over Medicaid expansion continues, it is vital to have an understanding of the real impact of closing North Carolina’s health coverage gap and to dispel false allegations and misinformation.
As the debate over Medicaid expansion continues, it is vital to have an understanding of the real impact of closing North Carolina’s health coverage gap and to dispel false allegations and misinformation.
 
Today, the CEO of Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital presented Governor Roy Cooper with a resolution “urging the North Carolina General Assembly to expand Medicaid in North Carolina as soon as possible.”
Today, the CEO of Erlanger Western Carolina Hospital presented Governor Roy Cooper with a resolution “urging the North Carolina General Assembly to expand Medicaid in North Carolina as soon as possible.”
 
Senate Republicans believe in patient-centered health care that delivers the choices they want, the affordability and protections they need, and the quality they deserve. That is why Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and his colleagues today introduced the Protect Act
Senate Republicans believe in patient-centered health care that delivers the choices they want, the affordability and protections they need, and the quality they deserve. That is why Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) and his colleagues today introduced the Protect Act
 
Much of the media coverage of the continuing government shutdown has focused on stories of federal workers who aren't getting paid. Stories about irregular inspections of our food and longer, slower lines at airports.
Much of the media coverage of the continuing government shutdown has focused on stories of federal workers who aren't getting paid. Stories about irregular inspections of our food and longer, slower lines at airports.
 
The power to grant a right to health care is the right to deny it
 
What some hyperpartisans now call "fake news" is in many instances neither fake nor news.
What some hyperpartisans now call "fake news" is in many instances neither fake nor news.
 
The media has been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism lately, particularly for chasing shiny objects designed to attract viewers and page clicks, rather than focusing on the important policies
The media has been on the receiving end of a lot of criticism lately, particularly for chasing shiny objects designed to attract viewers and page clicks, rather than focusing on the important policies
 
On one point, President-elect Donald Trump has it right
 
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
This past Sunday, editors at the News & Observer ran Tell the truth on NC school funding. Not surprisingly, the N&O gives their side of school funding.
 
In national news coverage leading up to the March 15 presidential primaries, North Carolina's election was treated as an afterthought
In national news coverage leading up to the March 15 presidential primaries, North Carolina's election was treated as an afterthought
 
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
Since the World War II era, workers have benefited from a rather large implicit tax subsidy on health coverage provided by their employers. Every dollar an employee spends from earned income is taxed, but every dollar spent on health care is not. Those who purchase health plans on their own lose...
 
Governor Pat McCrory expanded insurance coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by signing the Autism Health Insurance Coverage Act into law today at a ceremony in Charlotte.
Governor Pat McCrory expanded insurance coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) by signing the Autism Health Insurance Coverage Act into law today at a ceremony in Charlotte.
 
The Affordable Care Act's (ACA) health insurance exchanges are just one mechanism to expand coverage that primarily benefits low-income individual market policyholders and those with pre-existing conditions who cannot afford or access employer-sponsored health insurance.
The Affordable Care Act's (ACA) health insurance exchanges are just one mechanism to expand coverage that primarily benefits low-income individual market policyholders and those with pre-existing conditions who cannot afford or access employer-sponsored health insurance.
 
SCOTUS may have saved Obamacare from having to operate as written, but the landmark decision on King v Burwell has not deterred those on the right side of things from focusing on making health insurance (and more importantly health care) more affordable for more Americans.
SCOTUS may have saved Obamacare from having to operate as written, but the landmark decision on King v Burwell has not deterred those on the right side of things from focusing on making health insurance (and more importantly health care) more affordable for more Americans.
 
That’s right. Our license tags advertise us as “First In Flight.” But, thanks to ObamaCare, we are speeding our way toward being “First In Dependence.”
That’s right. Our license tags advertise us as “First In Flight.” But, thanks to ObamaCare, we are speeding our way toward being “First In Dependence.”
 
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