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Great article yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine about the groundbreaking cost saving measures it’s our responsibility to implement in the national health care reform bill.

She’s a nun, a widely respected attorney, a good friend, and now she’s doing even more. Read about Sister Attracta Kelly today.

Read more about the “grandfather” provisions in health reform and how they will actually work at Say Ahhh!

At BlueNC there’s some skepticism about Senate Majority Leader Martin Nesbitt’s latest fundraising letter.

Finally, out there making NC look bad nationally is Bill Randall, one of the GOP hopefuls trying to replace Rep. Brad Miller. His theory that the oil spill is a result of a conspiracy between BP and the Obama Administration has jumped from the N+O and News14 to the HuffPost.

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