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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — The “Conversations with Kay” events that were scheduled for Thursday in Elizabethtown, Whiteville and Burgaw are cancelled and will be rescheduled due to Senate business. The meetings on Friday are expected to continue as scheduled.

Sen. Kay Hagan planned to visit the towns to meet with constituents and discuss their concerns.

Friday’s meetings will be held in Burgaw 2-3 p.m. at the Pender County Administrative Building.

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2015 years 10 months ago

For those of you who are on Medicare, read the article below. It is about the monthly amount of money you are going to pay in Medicare
premiums in 2011, 2012 and the huge increase you will pay in 2013. It’s
a short but important article:

Congress will not allow an increase in the social security COLA (cost
of living adjustment); however, the per person monthly Medicare
insurance premiums are being increased as follows:
2009 premium of $96.40
2012 premium of $104.20
2013 premium of $120.20
And increases to a whopping $247.00 in 2014!
Thank You Obamacare!

Congress also gave themselves a $3,000 a month Cost of Living

2015 years 10 months ago

is she serious? The Senate is not in session; what business could she be attending to?

And she is available from 2 to 3 in the afternoon on Friday. That let’s all of the tax paying voters out of that meeting. Guess the only ones there will be entitlement recipients; great opportunity for her to find out what it will cost in additional entitlements to secure votes in 2014.

Your Senator at work. Hopefully for just 2 more years.


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