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Over at the Center for Children and Families they note another benefit of health reform – insurers will no longer be able to exclude maternity care from health care policies. Believe it or not, this is a routine practice currently, along with charging women more for the same insurance coverage provided to men.

Unsurprisingly, the good people at Public Policy Polling find that support for offshore drilling is drastically declining in NC.

If you are a real health policy geek, you might want to check out Boston-based Community Catalyst’s Health Policy Hub blog. More than you ever wanted to know about health care policy!

Bob Geary speculates on Raleigh’s new outdoor music venue – the “Bud Light Amphitheater” – he prefers PBR.

Finally, the Justice Center’s next door restaurant – formerly low-key institution Joe’s Place – is getting a makeover. The Cherry Bomb will offer “live music, pinup-model costumed servers and more than 50 craft beers on tap.” Hmmm….

 

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