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  • AFPNC panel assesses president’s health-care address to Congress

    Americans for Prosperity North Carolina hosts a panel discussion and town hall meeting at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh to respond to President Obama’s health-care address to a joint session of Congress. This video contains the portion of the September 9, 2009, program that followed the president’s speech.

  • AFPNC rally highlights concerns about Obama’s health-care plans

    More than 1,000 people joined Americans for Prosperity North Carolina for a rally and town hall-style panel discussion linked to President Obama’s health-care address to a joint session of Congress. This video clip features five minutes of higjhlights from the September 9, 2009, event at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh.

  • JLF health-care panelists debate individual insurance mandates

    Panelists debate the wisdom of government insurance mandates during the John Locke Foundation’s consumer-driven health-care event August 25, 2009, in Cary. Speaking in this exchange are Bob Seligson, CEO of the N.C. Medical Society; Joe Coletti, JLF Fiscal and Health Care Policy Analyst; Brad Crone of the Healthcare Leadership Council;…

  • Cancer survivor helps AFPNC expose problems with Obama health-care proposals

    Tracy Walsh, a 44-year-old South Carolina mom who underwent a double mastectomy after learning she had breast cancer, explains her concerns about the Obama administration’s health-care proposals. Walsh appears in a new Americans for Prosperity television ad designed to raise awareness about problems associated with the president’s ideas.

  • AFPNC health care bus tour stops at Etheridge’s Lillington office

    Americans for Prosperity North Carolina’s “Hands Off My Health Care” bus tour rolls through Lillington August 6, 2009. It stopped outside the district office of U.S. Rep. Bob Etheridge, D-2nd. Speakers include John Locke Foundation Policy Analyst and Research Editor Jon Sanders.

  • AFPNC health care bus tour rolls through Dunn

    Americans for Prosperity North Carolina’s “Hands Off My Health Care” bus tour rolls through Dunn August 6, 2009. Speakers include John Locke Foundation Policy Analyst and Research Editor Jon Sanders.

  • Hundreds pack AFPNC rally protesting president’s health care plan

    Americans For Prosperity North Carolina welcomes 400 people to a July 29, 2009, rally in Raleigh protesting President Obama’s health care proposals. The rally ended shortly before the president arrived in Raleigh to make a pitch for his health plan during a Broughton High School speech.

  • Counseling center director highlights N.C. pregnancy statistics

    Tonya Baker Nelson, executive director of A Hand of Hope Pregnancy Resource Center in Wake County, outlines some of the numbers associated with unplanned pregnancies in North Carolina. Nelson delivered these remarks during a presentation to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society July 27, 2009. To watch full-length presentations of…