Too many North Carolina families don't have access to affordable health care. Share your health care story & demand better from our leaders. 


We're fighting for more accessible, affordable health care for all North Carolinians - and we're demanding our leaders do the same. We believe in decreasing premiums, lowering prescription drug costs, and protecting coverage for pre-existing conditions.


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Rising premiums and prescription drug prices are making health care unaffordable for too many North Carolinians. Our leaders must fight to decrease costs and ease the burden on our families.


More than one million North Carolinians would lose coverage if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed. But instead of fighting for North Carolina, our leaders have voted repeatedly to repeal the ACA. 


On average, North Carolina’s 1.9 million Medicare beneficiaries aren’t getting the care they deserve. Still, our leaders voted to cut Medicare funding and increase costs to seniors.


Support from grassroots donors like you helps us keep up the fight for affordable health care from Murphy to Manteo!


Too many North Carolinians are struggling to access affordable health care. This is about real people who are being forced to make impossible choices.

  • Virtual Health Care Town Hall - Pre-Existing Conditions
    Mar 26, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Virtual Health Care Town Hall will address protections for North Carolina’s most vulnerable.
  • Affordable Care Act 10th Anniversary Telephone Town Hall
    ACA Anniversary Telephone Town Hall
    Mar 23, 2020, 7:00 PM
    ACA Anniversary Telephone Town Hall
    Reps. David Price and Butterfield to Mark 10-Year Anniversary of the Affordable Care Act Amid Coronavirus Crisis with North Carolina Health Care Advocates
  • Wilmington Health Care Town Hall
    Coastline Conference & Event Center
    Mar 11, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM
    Coastline Conference & Event Center, 501 Nutt St, Wilmington, NC 28401, USA

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