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2014 Bad Bill of The Year Tournament

2014 Bad Bill of The Year Tournament

In 2014, the Civitas Institute selected 10 Bad Bills of the Week. Now it is time for you to vote on the Bad Bill of the Year. First, learn more about the nominees by clicking on the bill titles listed below for a brief bill description and a link to…

An Evening Event with N.Y. Times Best Selling Author Amity Shlaes

An Evening Event with N.Y. Times Best Selling Author Amity Shlaes

President Calvin “Silent Cal” Coolidge was a champion for restrained government and foreign policy, stable money, and a balanced federal budget. He believed in keeping all Americans free, independent, and self-reliant; but most of all he wanted them to be able to rise as their abilities permitted. In the example…

Help Civitas Remove the Biggest Obstacle to Common Sense Reforms!

Help Civitas Remove the Biggest Obstacle to Common Sense Reforms!

The NCAE has opposed every commonsense policy reform of the past several years. Their leaders want to block conservative reforms for one reason: they are afraid of losing control of their members and their stranglehold on power in North Carolina. The NCAE been the 800-pound gorilla standing in the way of job growth,…

How to Reboot the Constitution

How to Reboot the Constitution

It is clear to any observer that the Federal government has grown to an untenable size, and that it has become increasingly more abusive of its powers. Something clearly needs to change, yet it seems unlikely that anything will substantively be improved in the near future, at least in Washington.…

Join Us for a Poll Luncheon Aug. 5

Join Us for a Poll Luncheon Aug. 5

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The VA Hospital – Just a Big Accountable Care Organization

The VA Hospital – Just a Big Accountable Care Organization

The North Carolina legislature is debating the DHHS proposal to "reform" our state’s Medicaid program by shifting care to an Accountable Care Organization (ACO) plan.

 

GellerLunch

Sepcial Poll Lunch on National Issues with Adam Geller The Civitas Institute is excited to welcome national pollster Adam Geller, head of National Research Inc., for a special August 5 Poll Lunch. This presentation will include results from polling North Carolina registered voters on national issues. Adam Geller is the…

 

North Carolina Medicaid Reform: A Primary Care Provider Analysis

I am a primary care physician with over 20 years experience delivering care in the Army and to North Carolina’s Medicaid population, and currently run a pediatric clinic in Burlington. Governor McCrory’s administration has recently announced their plans to “reform” the state’s Medicaid program, with the primary change being a…

 

Possible Judicial Bias in North Carolina Voter ID Case

Remarks made by an associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court at a Democratic Party fund-raising dinner, as well as her membership in a private organization, raise serious questions about her possible bias against the state’s new voter ID law. Under applicable judicial ethics rules, she should remove herself…

 

Civitas April 2014 Poll Luncheon

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