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My 15 minutes: I lead NC Dept. of Health and Human Services main webpage

The NC Department of Health and Human Services is holding a “Twitter Town Hall” this afternoon on mental health reform (#ncmentalhealth). They are getting plenty of constructive criticism, including mine – a quick scroll shows that perhaps more criticism than they bargained for! Here’s a screen grab of something you aren’t likely to see again – Adam Searing headlining the DHHS main webpage:

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2 Comments


  1. Frances Jenkins

    December 2, 2013 at 7:36 pm

    Where was old Adam in the Perdue and Easley administrations? No one in the middle believes anything you say because you are such a partisan Democrat.

  2. NoGOPinNC

    December 3, 2013 at 11:06 am

    Unlike the voice of reason that is Francis…uh Frances is it?

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