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North Carolina Activist Training

On Monday, September 29, about thirty activist from Alamance and Orange counties in North Carolina gathered for an activist training on how to engage on issues important to conservatives. We are excited about being able to use new, effective tools to get limited government legislation passed! A special thanks to FreedomWorks for making this training available to us!

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FreedomWorks Activists at NC Fracking Hearing

My name is Mary Allison Page and I live in Gibsonville, North Carolina. This year, I will be a rising sophomore at Western Alamance High School. On Wednesday morning, I addressed the North Carolina Mining and Energy Commission to express my support for hydraulic fracturing in North Carolina. I attended the hearing with FreedomWorks activists from all across North Carolina.

08/22/2014
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ObamaCare Protest at NC Senator's Office

On Thursday, August 7, 32 North Carolina FreedomWorks activists gathered in Greensboro. Over 35 activists from 8 counties enjoyed good food and great conversation while writing letters to Senator Kay Hagan and making protest signs about ObamaCare. Activists then traveled to Senator Hagan's main office in Greensboro to meet with staff and host a protest out front on the busy street.

08/11/2014
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North Carolina 72-Hour Push

Grassroots activists are out in full force across the state of North Carolina, excited by the possibility of forcing the political establishment into a runoff. Dr. Greg Brannon is vying for the Republican Senate bid, representing conservatives and libertarians that want government to stay true to the Constitution, and to stop spending money we don't have.

05/05/2014
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North Carolina Finds Over 35,000 Cases of Possible Voter Fraud

The North Carolina Board of Elections found just over 35,000 possible cases of voter fraud in the state. If verified, the findings will provide proof of significant voter fraud and demonstrate the need for voter ID laws to protect the integrity of our elections.

04/08/2014
Common Core Craziness
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Common Core Craziness

Common Core just keeps getting weirder. Today, we have two juxtaposed pieces of information. One that shows students being indoctrinated into praising Common Core, the other showing how clearly Common Core fails to educate children.

08/14/2013
FreedomWorks Supports North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest’s Request for Education Answers
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FreedomWorks Supports North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest’s Request for Education Answers

Washington, DC- FreedomWorks is announcing its support of North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest’s request that the state’s Department of Public Instruction answer his questions about the implementation of Common Core standards before their August State Board of Education meeting. FreedomWorks Director of Grassroots Whitney Neal released the following statement:

07/22/2013
A Tale Of Two Corporations
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A Tale Of Two Corporations

Two weeks ago, the Oregon legislature was called into special session by Governor Kitzhaber to consider a bill that would allow the Governor exclusive rights to unilaterally negotiate future tax terms with any corporation considering expansion in the state. This bill was being considered in a rush because Nike reportedly was being courted for a large expansion in other states.

12/26/2012
Unions deemed exempt from Identity Theft laws
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Unions deemed exempt from Identity Theft laws

As one of 22 Right to Work states in America, North Carolina workers are not required to belong to a union in order to keep their jobs. When 33 workers at AT&T exercised this right and resigned their membership in the Communication Workers of America Union in 2007, they were subjected to workplace harassment. The harassment then got worse as these workers had their private information made public. 

10/29/2012
The Hunger Champion Awards: Race to Waste
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The Hunger Champion Awards: Race to Waste

Last year, Ashe County, South Carolina received national recognition from the US Department of Agriculture for their work involving the Department of Social Services. However this attention only highlights the wasteful spending of government. Through the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), a USDA agency, the Hunger Champion awards are handed out annually to local government agencies for increasing participation in food stamps or Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program (SNAP).

06/21/2012

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