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A group of residents from western North Carolina filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Aug. 10, against HCA Healthcare and Mission Health alleging the anti-competitive business practices have driven medical prices up and the quality of health care down in that part of the state.
A group of residents from western North Carolina filed a lawsuit Tuesday, Aug. 10, against HCA Healthcare and Mission Health alleging the anti-competitive business practices have driven medical prices up and the quality of health care down in that part of the state.
 
About a dozen protesters stood in the rain on an Asheville sidewalk at Mission Health on Friday, Aug. 21. Some held umbrellas or “Vote No” signs.
About a dozen protesters stood in the rain on an Asheville sidewalk at Mission Health on Friday, Aug. 21. Some held umbrellas or “Vote No” signs.
 
Much happened in the final hours of the N.C. General Assembly's latest session: some good, some bad, and altogether too much in general for those interested in good government to rest easy. The process used had a worrisome lack of openness and transparency.
Much happened in the final hours of the N.C. General Assembly's latest session: some good, some bad, and altogether too much in general for those interested in good government to rest easy. The process used had a worrisome lack of openness and transparency.
 
After Congress repealed in 1987 the federal mandate that states maintain a certificate-of-need program for health services, which had failed spectacularly to contain costs, 14 states opted to end their CON programs. North Carolina chose to remain a CON state.
After Congress repealed in 1987 the federal mandate that states maintain a certificate-of-need program for health services, which had failed spectacularly to contain costs, 14 states opted to end their CON programs. North Carolina chose to remain a CON state.
 
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