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  • Oct 17 2014 - 3:10pm

    "Medicaid Reform" looks to be a top priority in the General Assembly next year. The well being of many people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in NC is in many ways linked to access to an effective Medicaid system.

    There is an upcoming subcommittee meeting on Medicaid Reform and DMA Reorganization scheduled for Monday, October 20th, at 9AM where the future of Medicaid in NC will be discussed. The Arc of NC's Executive Director, John Nash, will be offering public comment at the meeting. An audio stream of the meeting will be available here.

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  • Oct 17 2014 - 11:02am

    The Arc NC logoEvery year, The Arc of NC gives out awards during the closing luncheon of our Annual Conference. This year, we had a great crop of nominees to choose to from, and have some very deserving award winners. Click on the award link below to read the winners' introductions and see photos of the ceremony!

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  • Oct 1 2014 - 7:13pm

    4th U.S. Circuit Court of AppealsToday the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a preliminary injunction against two provisions of North Carolina’s controversial election law. This ruling would prevent, in this Novembers election, the elimination of same-day registration during the early voting period and the provision which would have prevented ballots cast outside a voter’s precinct from being counted.

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