House Republicans Pull Health Care Bill

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled his ACA repeal bill from the floor Friday, a day after President Donald Trump had threatened to walk away from health care reform if he didn't get a vote.

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The Arc Action Alert: Take Action To Prevent Gutting of the ACA and Medicaid

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

Congress has already begun the process of repealing of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and it now is on the fast track to include major cuts to the Medicaid programs as part of the replacement plan. The result would be two major blows to individuals with disabilities.

People's health, services and lives are at stake! We need advocates to reach out to their Senators and Representatives to let them know why the ACA and Medicaid are essential to people with disabilities and their families.

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Thank you! Keep at it!

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

Thank You, disability advocates! What you are doing is making a difference. While we have a long way to go together, your advocacy has resulted in some important developments lately.

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THE ARC OF NORTH CAROLINA 2017-18 LEGISLATIVE AGENDA

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

The Arc of North Carolina is an advocacy and service organization working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families for over 60 years. The Arc is committed to securing for all people with I/DD the opportunity to choose and realize their goals of where and how they live, learn, work and play. Informed by our mission, this document represents broad policy priorities adopted by our statewide, volunteer board of directors.

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North Carolina Legislative Update

Posted by The Arc of North Carolina

Republicans in North Carolina have a lot to celebrate with the results of the 2016 elections.  Despite the predictions of most political pundits and the media, Donald Trump is now the President-Elect and Republicans did very well in North Carolina.

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