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Watauga Watch has some interesting email about the right-wing Civitas Institute and the Forsyth County School system training plans and the Public School Forum’s John Dornan.

Michael Tomasky says “the contrast couldn’t be clearer” when he compares Sarah Palin’s video with the President’s speech.

Having health insurance problems? The official federal government website – www.healthcare.gov – is getting better and better – you can plug in your state and answer a few basic questions then get a list of health coverage options.

Over at Say Ahhh, master policy wonk Edwin Park explains why capping the federal funds for state health programs like NC Medicaid will really hurt not only vulnerable people but state finances.

NC misses the cut for another year to get an extra $8-$10 million in federal dollars by making it easier for kids to enroll in child health programs.

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