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Reporters, government accountability activists, and residents often grapple with government institutions, which can be slow to respond to and or even hostile toward any attempt to shine light on their operations.
Reporters, government accountability activists, and residents often grapple with government institutions, which can be slow to respond to and or even hostile toward any attempt to shine light on their operations.
 
For better and for worse, imperfect human beings fill government roles and make government decisions.
For better and for worse, imperfect human beings fill government roles and make government decisions.
 
Accountability — and our outdated concept of it — is a topic Andy Smarick of the Fordham Institute artfully explores in recent blog post “Public Accountability vs. Consumer Accountability”.
Accountability — and our outdated concept of it — is a topic Andy Smarick of the Fordham Institute artfully explores in recent blog post “Public Accountability vs. Consumer Accountability”.
 
Today, Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Tom Carper (D-DE) applauded the Senate for passing S. 2133, the Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act, which will help federal agencies better detect and prevent fraud
Today, Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Tom Carper (D-DE) applauded the Senate for passing S. 2133, the Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act, which will help federal agencies better detect and prevent fraud
 
If he's not careful, Gov. Pat McCrory may be on course to have a "Pence problem" in 2015. In the days immediately following the mid-term elections, Gov. Pat McCrory insisted that - in spite of his party maintaining strong supermajority status in both houses of the General Assembly...
If he's not careful, Gov. Pat McCrory may be on course to have a "Pence problem" in 2015. In the days immediately following the mid-term elections, Gov. Pat McCrory insisted that - in spite of his party maintaining strong supermajority status in both houses of the General Assembly...
 
More than half of North Carolina voters and 70 percent of Republicans would be less likely to re-elect Gov. Pat McCrory if he supported the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare, according to a poll released today by the Foundation for Government Accountability.
More than half of North Carolina voters and 70 percent of Republicans would be less likely to re-elect Gov. Pat McCrory if he supported the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare, according to a poll released today by the Foundation for Government Accountability.
 
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
Congressman Walter Jones takes action and relates it to his constituents through these press releases.
 
Medicaid spending has grown dramatically, while patient health outcomes have declined, as North Carolina has relied on Community Care of North Carolina to serve most Medicaid patients. A new Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability highl
Medicaid spending has grown dramatically, while patient health outcomes have declined, as North Carolina has relied on Community Care of North Carolina to serve most Medicaid patients. A new Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability highl
 
Before Obamacare, before individual mandates, before exchanges, there was Medicaid. Started in 1965 under President Johnson as part of his War on Poverty, Medicaid extended health insurance coverage to low-income Americans.
Before Obamacare, before individual mandates, before exchanges, there was Medicaid. Started in 1965 under President Johnson as part of his War on Poverty, Medicaid extended health insurance coverage to low-income Americans.
 
Medicaid reform is likely to end up with much better results in North Carolina than in Kentucky. A new joint Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and the Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability explains why.
Medicaid reform is likely to end up with much better results in North Carolina than in Kentucky. A new joint Policy Report from the John Locke Foundation and the Florida-based Foundation for Government Accountability explains why.
 
North Carolina could save $2.7 billion a year by moving away from its primary-care focused Medicaid structure and adopting a managed-care model used in five large Florida counties, based on research by the Foundation for Government
North Carolina could save $2.7 billion a year by moving away from its primary-care focused Medicaid structure and adopting a managed-care model used in five large Florida counties, based on research by the Foundation for Government
 
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