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This is great news for North Carolinians. Hopefully he can move quickly, before President-elect repeal and delay Obamacare is sworn in. Of course Republicans drunk with power in North Carolina are outraged that the Governor wants to help the people...

A group of coalition partners working in North Carolina to close the Medicaid coverage gap has launched a new website called NC Left Me Out to collect stories of people who make too much for Medicaid and too little for private insurance. As the website explains, the Affordable Care Act specifically allocated funds to provide ...

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This Governor Is Defying The GOP And Pushing To Expand Medicaid To Over Half A Million People

This Governor Is Defying The GOP And Pushing To Expand Medicaid To Over Half A Million People North Carolina Republicans passed a law in 2013 that blocks the governor from expanding Medicaid in the state. 01/07/2017

Gov. Roy Cooper wants to take immediate executive action to expand Medicaid in North Carolina!

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This Governor Is Defying The GOP And Pushing To Expand Medicaid To Over Half A Million People

1/7/2017 This Governor Is Defying The GOP And Pushing To Expand Medicaid To Over Half A Million People

North Carolina Hospital Will Shut Down In Six Months Because The State Won't Expand Medicaid | ThinkProgress

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How North Carolina's new governor is going around the law to expand Medicaid

Newly sworn-in North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper plans to circumvent a 2013 law barring state officials from expanding Medicaid coverage, marking a push to secure Affordable Care Act funding before President Obama leaves office.

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N.C. officials solicit input, but offer few details on Medicaid overhaul - Greensboro

During a stop at Annie Penn Hospital in Reidsville Friday, N.C. Department of Health and Human Services officials laid out why it's necessary to overhaul North Carolina's Medicaid program and what the guiding focus will be, but offered few further details about what the reform would look like.