Source: Greensboro News & Record ⇥
By Nancy McLaughlin/News & Record
GREENSBORO — Health care advocates calling for Gov. Pat McCrory to expand the state’s Medicaid program say he needs to show leadership on the issue.
“We really want to tell the governor it’s time to do what’s right,” said Robin Lane, a retired pediatric nurse.
Lane was among several speakers at a news conference, including Guilford County Commissioner Ray Trapp and City Councilman Jamal Fox, asking the governor to expand health insurance coverage for the poor.
The gathering of about 100 people of varying economic backgrounds, races and ages at the Beloved Community Center was one of six events held Thursday from Greenville to Asheville calling on McCrory to deliver a Medicaid expansion plan.
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