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US House GOP to hold hearing on Obamacare in Concord Tuesday

The US House of Representatives Congressional Committee on Education and the Workforce will be coming to Concord, NC to hold a hearing entitled “Health Care Challenges Facing North Carolina’s Workers and Job Creators” on Tuesday, April 30th at 9am.

Representative Richard Hudson (R-8th District, NC) is on the committee and will participate.

The hearing will take place at  Rowan-Cabarrus Community College, Concord, South Campus, Bldg 1000, Rm 106, 1531 Trinity Church Rd, Concord, NC from 9am to approximately 10.30am

Who: There will be two panels of four witnesses each; three of the witnesses on each panel will testify about the issues they see for business and the community college resulting from the implementation of Obamacare in North Carolina.

Dr. Olson Huff and I will be the two other witnesses – one of us on each panel.   Should be an interesting public meeting!

 

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