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Sharon Decker, NC Department of Commerce secretary during the McCrory administration in 2013-14, authored this editorial recently published at WRAL.com.
Sharon Decker, NC Department of Commerce secretary during the McCrory administration in 2013-14, authored this editorial recently published at WRAL.com.
 
follows far left cave to Cooper on Green New Deal
 
McConnell and Berger cave to far left Democrats on key issues
 
Gov. Roy Cooper introduced a $55.9 billion budget proposal on Wednesday, March 24, that includes many of the goals he’s had since taking office.
Gov. Roy Cooper introduced a $55.9 billion budget proposal on Wednesday, March 24, that includes many of the goals he’s had since taking office.
 
The two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia are over, and now the overall national election results are known.
The two U.S. Senate elections in Georgia are over, and now the overall national election results are known.
 
A recent survey sponsored by Care4Carolina gauged the opinions of registered voters in North Carolina about health care issues and Medicaid expansion.
A recent survey sponsored by Care4Carolina gauged the opinions of registered voters in North Carolina about health care issues and Medicaid expansion.
 
Republican lawmakers are considering temporarily expanding Medicaid to cover uninsured residents’ coronavirus testing and treatment, House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, said during a meeting of the House Committee on COVID-19 Health Care Working Group.
Republican lawmakers are considering temporarily expanding Medicaid to cover uninsured residents’ coronavirus testing and treatment, House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland, said during a meeting of the House Committee on COVID-19 Health Care Working Group.
 
A February study released by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) lays waste to the claims by Medicaid expansion advocates that expansion would translate into an economic boon for state hospitals.
A February study released by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) lays waste to the claims by Medicaid expansion advocates that expansion would translate into an economic boon for state hospitals.
 
The Trump administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services last week unveiled a new model for how states could finance and design benefit plans for the Affordable Care Act — also known as Obamacare — Medicaid expansion population.
The Trump administration and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services last week unveiled a new model for how states could finance and design benefit plans for the Affordable Care Act — also known as Obamacare — Medicaid expansion population.
 
To bear the burden of expanding Medicaid, states rely on Uncle Sam to pick up 90% of the costs. So far, the federal government hasn’t failed.
To bear the burden of expanding Medicaid, states rely on Uncle Sam to pick up 90% of the costs. So far, the federal government hasn’t failed.
 
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.
 
The Republican version of Medicaid expansion will move to the House floor.
 
The budget passed the N.C. House in a controversial veto override, but the debate over Medicaid expansion is far from over.
The budget passed the N.C. House in a controversial veto override, but the debate over Medicaid expansion is far from over.
 
Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper insists Medicaid expansion be included in the General Fund budget, and the Republican-dominated General Assembly unequivocally refuses.
Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper insists Medicaid expansion be included in the General Fund budget, and the Republican-dominated General Assembly unequivocally refuses.
 
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
Only four House Democrats refused to sign a letter pledging to uphold Gov. Roy Cooper's budget veto.
 
As Medicaid expansion continues to hold Gov. Roy Cooper and the General Assembly in gridlock, a growing number of North Carolinians say they’d oppose expanding the health-insurance entitlement.
As Medicaid expansion continues to hold Gov. Roy Cooper and the General Assembly in gridlock, a growing number of North Carolinians say they’d oppose expanding the health-insurance entitlement.
 
Although Cooper’s defenders have tried to suggest otherwise, the governor has essentially issued an ultimatum: no new budget without Medicaid expansion.
Although Cooper’s defenders have tried to suggest otherwise, the governor has essentially issued an ultimatum: no new budget without Medicaid expansion.
 
It has been 25 days since Governor Cooper vetoed the bipartisan $24 billion state budget because it does not include his demands for expanding government-run Medicaid in North Carolina.
It has been 25 days since Governor Cooper vetoed the bipartisan $24 billion state budget because it does not include his demands for expanding government-run Medicaid in North Carolina.
 
Governor Roy Cooper listened to child care teachers at Small World Child Care in Goldsboro today about their concerns about access to healthcare.
Governor Roy Cooper listened to child care teachers at Small World Child Care in Goldsboro today about their concerns about access to healthcare.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper says he won’t sign a new state budget unless the North Carolina General Assembly says yes to Medicaid expansion. The Republican-majority legislature has said no to Medicaid expansion. So far, now weeks into the new fiscal year, neither side has budged.
Gov. Roy Cooper says he won’t sign a new state budget unless the North Carolina General Assembly says yes to Medicaid expansion. The Republican-majority legislature has said no to Medicaid expansion. So far, now weeks into the new fiscal year, neither side has budged.
 
In December 2018, I wrote the following: “As a general rule, the public and politicians should never view economic impact studies as anything more than an attempt by special interests to manipulate public opinion for their own benefit.”
In December 2018, I wrote the following: “As a general rule, the public and politicians should never view economic impact studies as anything more than an attempt by special interests to manipulate public opinion for their own benefit.”
 
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.
 
As many as 626,000 North Carolinians with incomes below 133% of the poverty level might qualify for Medicaid.
As many as 626,000 North Carolinians with incomes below 133% of the poverty level might qualify for Medicaid.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed the biennial budget bill, saying North Carolina residents are dying because Republicans won’t expand Medicaid rolls.
Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed the biennial budget bill, saying North Carolina residents are dying because Republicans won’t expand Medicaid rolls.
 
What do North Carolina voters think of the job Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has done over his first two and a half years in the office? The signals are mixed at the moment.
What do North Carolina voters think of the job Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper has done over his first two and a half years in the office? The signals are mixed at the moment.
 
In a roundtable discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, parents shared the pain of losing children to the opioid epidemic and urged lawmakers to expand Medicaid to provide access to treatment.
In a roundtable discussion with Governor Roy Cooper and Health and Human Services Secretary Mandy Cohen, parents shared the pain of losing children to the opioid epidemic and urged lawmakers to expand Medicaid to provide access to treatment.
 
The Senate’s proposed biennial budget includes the largest pay raises for state employees in more than a decade, but doesn’t include a cost-of-living increase for state retirees.
The Senate’s proposed biennial budget includes the largest pay raises for state employees in more than a decade, but doesn’t include a cost-of-living increase for state retirees.
 
19 percent of early childhood educators do not have health insurance
 
After a week of subcommittee meetings, full appropriation consideration, input from the finance side, two rare Friday sessions, and two full days of debate, on Friday, May 3, the House passed its $23.9 billion General Fund budget proposal.
After a week of subcommittee meetings, full appropriation consideration, input from the finance side, two rare Friday sessions, and two full days of debate, on Friday, May 3, the House passed its $23.9 billion General Fund budget proposal.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper keeps trying to build pressure upon state legislators to approve Medicaid expansion in North Carolina through another public meeting with those in the health care profession supporting it.
Gov. Roy Cooper keeps trying to build pressure upon state legislators to approve Medicaid expansion in North Carolina through another public meeting with those in the health care profession supporting it.
 
Obstetricians and pediatricians from across North Carolina shared with Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen of the Department of Health and Human Services the urgency to close the health care coverage gap in North Carolina.
Obstetricians and pediatricians from across North Carolina shared with Governor Roy Cooper and Secretary Mandy Cohen of the Department of Health and Human Services the urgency to close the health care coverage gap in North Carolina.
 
Dozens of health care and business leaders support expansion and urge the legislature to close coverage gap.
Dozens of health care and business leaders support expansion and urge the legislature to close coverage gap.
 
In a February 3, 2019 editorial, the Reflector endorsed the Carolina Cares bill by Representative Dr. Greg Murphy as a conservative alternative to Medicaid expansion.
In a February 3, 2019 editorial, the Reflector endorsed the Carolina Cares bill by Representative Dr. Greg Murphy as a conservative alternative to Medicaid expansion.
 
In his proposed budget released on Wednesday, Gov. Roy Cooper has provided the tax and spending details for his vision of a North Carolina determined to spend a lot more on state government
In his proposed budget released on Wednesday, Gov. Roy Cooper has provided the tax and spending details for his vision of a North Carolina determined to spend a lot more on state government
 
Last week, Gov. Roy Cooper and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger laid out contrasting visions for North Carolina state government
Last week, Gov. Roy Cooper and Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger laid out contrasting visions for North Carolina state government
 
Reports of Medicaid expansion's death in this legislative session might be greatly exaggerated.
Reports of Medicaid expansion's death in this legislative session might be greatly exaggerated.
 
Adults who don’t receive health insurance through their employer struggle to find affordable plans when they look to buy coverage on their own from an insurance company
Adults who don’t receive health insurance through their employer struggle to find affordable plans when they look to buy coverage on their own from an insurance company
 
Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a $25.2 billion General Fund budget for 2019-20 that would increase spending by more than $1.3 billion over the current fiscal year
Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a $25.2 billion General Fund budget for 2019-20 that would increase spending by more than $1.3 billion over the current fiscal year
 
Gov. Roy Cooper's second State of the State address included plenty of proposals liberals and Democrats cheered
Gov. Roy Cooper's second State of the State address included plenty of proposals liberals and Democrats cheered
 
No one knows for sure, really, when the current session of the N.C. legislature will end. But Lee Lilley, Gov. Roy Cooper's director of legislative affairs, did offer this: "The session ends when we get Medicaid expansion."
No one knows for sure, really, when the current session of the N.C. legislature will end. But Lee Lilley, Gov. Roy Cooper's director of legislative affairs, did offer this: "The session ends when we get Medicaid expansion."
 
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