NCCPH Supports the NC Alliance for Health's Statement Against Systemic Racism

 

 

Since we feel that systemic racism is one of the most serious health issues we have today, the NC Citizens for Public Health is supporting the following NC Alliance for Health statement as one of its Partners.

2020 Legislative Priorities*

 

*Adapted from the North Carolina Public Health Association and NC Alliance for Health Legislative Priorities

 

 

*Adapted from the North Carolina Public Health Association and NC Alliance for Health Legislative Priorities

 

2019 Legislative Priorities*

As the General Assembly will be focusing on providing funding to programs and services they feel are the most critical (and be potentially making cuts elsewhere) in 2020, priorities for 2020 were picked that will likely have a positive impact on the COVID-19 pandemic.  The 2019 Legislative Priorities, however, are not forgotten and will hopefully be back on the table in 2021 so are thus also included below.

 

Care 4 Carolina Resolution

 

NCCPH's Signed Resolution in support of closing the coverage gap in NC: 

 

​Blank copy of the resolution:

https://c.ymcdn.com/sites/ncchca.site-ym.com/resource/resmgr/Advocacy_and_Outreach/Care4Carolina_Resolution.pdf

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