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We are speaking on Affordable Care Act enrollment and NC’s decision not to expand Medicaid

One or more of NC Justice Center Health Access staff (Nicole Dozier, Adam Linker and Adam Searing) are presenting on the Affordable Care Act at these public meetings. Contact HAC’s Nicole Dozier [Nicole@ncjustice.org, 919-856-2146] for more information:
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Monday, September 23
Presentation on the Affordable Care Act enrollment and NC’s failure to accept federal money to expand Medicaid
Northeast Library, 1241 Military Cutoff Rd.,
Wilmington, NC, 28405; Pine Room
Time: 6pm-7:30pm
Wilmington
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Thursday, September 26
Presentation on the Affordable Care Act enrollment and NC’s failure to accept federal money to expand Medicaid
Mystique Multi Venue Complex
1652 NC Hwy 125, Roanoke Rapids, NC
Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
Roanoke Rapids
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Sunday, September 29
Presentation on the Affordable Care Act enrollment and NC’s failure to accept federal money to expand Medicaid
Elevation Baptist Church, 5271 EBC Village Way, Knightdale, NC
Time: 9am – 10am
Knightdale
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Thursday, October 3
Presentation on the Affordable Care Act enrollment and NC’s failure to accept federal money to expand Medicaid
Shepard Center, 1700 Ebert St  Winston-Salem, NC 27103
Time: 7pm-8pm
Winston Salem

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