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North Carolina Republicans return for session likely end

The North Carolina General Assembly could soon be done wrestling with legislation this year, but that doesn't mean they'll pin down a broad budget law or path forward on Medicaid expansion.

Open enrollment starts for NC Medicaid Managed Care

One in five North Carolinians is on Medicaid. Open enrollment starts Monday and there are major changes.

New Trump rules would further restrict legal immigration

The Trump administration is moving forward with one of its most aggressive steps yet to restrict legal immigration, denying green cards to many migrants who use Medicaid, food stamps, housing vouchers or other forms of public assistance, officials said announced Monday.

Gov. Cooper holds ground on state budget compromise, pushes for Medicaid discussion

It's been almost a month since a new state budget was supposed to take effect, but a battle over Medicaid is stalling the spending plan.
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House Speaker joins state lawmakers to tour Fort Fisher & push budget action

North Carolina House Speaker Tim Moore joined a group of bi-partisan lawmakers at Fort Fisher Aquarium to discuss the tabled state budget. 
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Gov. Roy Cooper talks budget battle, medicaid

The fight continues over the North Carolina state budget. It's been 15 days since democratic Governor Roy Cooper made a counter-offer to the two-year plan written by republicans, and still no action has been taken.
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Gov. Cooper visits Brunswick County to discuss ‘rural heath care crisis’

Governor Roy Cooper says there is a rural health care crisis right now.

As Republicans seek override, Cooper makes budget offer

The fight over the North Carolina state budget continues as Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper made a counteroffer to the two-year plan written by Republicans that he's already vetoed.

Governor visits Wilmington children’s center to push for Medicaid expansion

Governor Roy Cooper met with childcare teachers at Noah’s Ark Children’s Center in Wilmington. Teachers shared that too many of their colleagues are suffering from preventable diseases because they do not have access to health insurance. 

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