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North Carolina hospitals argue that dismantling regulations in the state's certificate of need laws would impair their ability to treat indigent patients. A research scholar at George Mason University's Mercatus Center says empirical studies conclude such dire warnings are little more than a...
North Carolina hospitals argue that dismantling regulations in the state's certificate of need laws would impair their ability to treat indigent patients. A research scholar at George Mason University's Mercatus Center says empirical studies conclude such dire warnings are little more than a...
 
The state House on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill that would require appellate judges to win retention elections to hold their seats. If House Bill 222 becomes law, it would apply to the chief justice and other justices on the N.C. Supreme Court as well as all judges on the N.C. Court of Appeals.
The state House on Tuesday narrowly approved a bill that would require appellate judges to win retention elections to hold their seats. If House Bill 222 becomes law, it would apply to the chief justice and other justices on the N.C. Supreme Court as well as all judges on the N.C. Court of Appeals.
 
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
If North Carolina doesn't reform its Medicaid delivery system, costs of the government insurance program for the poor and disabled will grow faster than new state revenue, says state Sen. Ralph Hise, R-Mitchell.
 
A rightward shift. That's how two sources - who both had votes in today's leadership vote - described the final results to me.
A rightward shift. That's how two sources - who both had votes in today's leadership vote - described the final results to me.
 
North Carolina consumers would have saved $4.2 billion since 2007 if mandates on electric power utilities to purchase expensive renewable energy had not driven costs well above the U.S. average, said a nationally recognized energy and environmental policy analyst.
North Carolina consumers would have saved $4.2 billion since 2007 if mandates on electric power utilities to purchase expensive renewable energy had not driven costs well above the U.S. average, said a nationally recognized energy and environmental policy analyst.
 
State Rep. John Torbett, R-Gaston, last week failed to persuade the House Regulatory Reform Committee to loosen up the state's certificate of need law - the statute...
State Rep. John Torbett, R-Gaston, last week failed to persuade the House Regulatory Reform Committee to loosen up the state's certificate of need law - the statute...
 
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