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Chad Adams now executive director of new policy group

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RALEIGH, NC (WWAY) -- Former Big Talker FM morning host Chad Adams is now in charge of a new group called Priorities North Carolina (PNC.)

It's a nonpartisan coalition of concerned and engaged citizens, community leaders and other stakeholders interested in promoting a strong economy and an environment of opportunity for all North Carolina families.

“From the impact of the ACA, to the future of energy exploration, tax reform, and the diminishment of property rights, North Carolinians are seeing dramatic headwinds to their financial freedom and opportunities,” said Adams, who is the Executive Director.

He says PNC will be advancing public policies that limit government regulation, reduce taxes, increase public safety, improve economic opportunities, and protect property rights in the state of North Carolina. PNC will conduct polling, hold public forums, and conduct research to inform North Carolinians about the benefits of economic freedom and limited government.

“Currently the most serious concern amongst North Carolinian families and businesses is the economic uncertainty caused by the implementation of the ACA,” said Adams. “Companies are reducing hours, cutting back on benefits and that creates more hardships for working families. It’s time to have the serious discussion about ending or reversing the ACA!”

PNC will also be promoting the advancement and implementation of such policies by federal, state and local officials to carry out these goals.

For more information, please visit http://www.PrioritiesNC.com/ or find us on twitter @prioritiesnc.com

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