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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…

 

Where would you like to have the 2015 Conservative Leadership Conference?

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Who’s Your Favorite Conservative Speaker?

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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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Web & IT Intern – Paid Internship Available at the Civitas Institute

Web & IT Intern – Paid Internship Available at the Civitas Institute

The Civitas Institute, located in downtown Raleigh, is looking for a college student or recent graduate to be part of its team. As an intern, you will be critical in the day-to-day operations of the organization. You will learn many skills and be vital in different aspects of IT & web…

 

Francis De Luca Discusses Moral Mondays [David Webb Show]

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Top 5 in 2014

1. Re-structure teacher pay based on outcomes, not inputs 2.  Seriously and quickly evaluate the Common Core Standards with an eye towards eliminating them. 3.  Enact real Medicaid reform, not the half-measures being discussed in Raleigh. Florida has successfully reformed their program, we should strive to copy that success to…

To create jobs, promote access to opportunity via human networks

To create jobs, promote access to opportunity via human networks

By U.S. Sen. Mike Lee Like most Americans, I support the ability of individuals to collect unemployment insurance for a limited amount of time. But in order to start solving the problem of long-term unemployment, this debate has to begin addressing the president’s broken policies that are making it more…

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