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The child welfare component of the state’s NC FAST computer system is a $92 million money pit
The child welfare component of the state’s NC FAST computer system is a $92 million money pit
 
Child welfare service offices in five North Carolina counties started using technology this week in a pilot project that will contribute to improving the safety, permanency and well-being of children and families
Child welfare service offices in five North Carolina counties started using technology this week in a pilot project that will contribute to improving the safety, permanency and well-being of children and families
 
There are "widespread differences" that are "not what you would call easy" to resolve between House and Senate health care budgets, is state Rep. William Brisson's assessment of budget deliberations in the N.C. General Assembly.
There are "widespread differences" that are "not what you would call easy" to resolve between House and Senate health care budgets, is state Rep. William Brisson's assessment of budget deliberations in the N.C. General Assembly.
 
Our budget commits more than $10.8 billion in Department of Health and Human Services funding over the biennium, or more than 24 percent of the General Fund annually, to support the well-being of our most vulnerable citizens...
Our budget commits more than $10.8 billion in Department of Health and Human Services funding over the biennium, or more than 24 percent of the General Fund annually, to support the well-being of our most vulnerable citizens...
 
State and county workers across North Carolina have reduced the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) by just over 72 percent in the last 10 days, ensuring benefits for thousands of families.
State and county workers across North Carolina have reduced the backlog of FNS cases (food stamps) by just over 72 percent in the last 10 days, ensuring benefits for thousands of families.
 
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.
 
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