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Hood column on health care gets shout out from Rush

John Locke Foundation president and Mint Hill Times columnist got some love by Rush Limbaugh today. Hood wrote in a recent Carolina Journal column that he will not comply with health care regulations if they current legislation is passed in Washington. Hood wrote:
“I don’t know about the rest of you, but I’m not planning to […]

By |March 17th, 2010|Washington|0 Comments

Myrick: ‘Talk about buying a pig in a poke’

From the office of Sue Myrick:

“A majority of the American people don’t want this health care bill, and they’ve been saying it for months. They know it will cost them a half of a trillion dollars in higher taxes, and they know it will result in increased insurance premiums. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that premiums for coverage purchased on the individual market will increase by an average of $2,300 per family! On top of that, thirty two states are moving legislation so that they don’t have to have a federal insurance mandate. State legislators know that this is a bad bill for the economy – why can’t Congress recognize it, too? […]

By |March 17th, 2010|Washington|2 Comments

Residents not happy with Matthews-area medical waste incinerator

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As Julie Rose of WFAE reports, Matthews residents are none-too-pleased that owners of the medical waste incinerator near Monroe Road will probably meet new EPA standards in 2014. Mecklenburg County Air Quality Director Don Willard said Healthcare Waste Solutions has been a good operator of the incinerator. He noted that past owners have […]

By |March 16th, 2010|Matthews|0 Comments

Mint Hill Police check point nets 56 violations

The Mint Hill Police Department hosted a DWI Checking Station  March 12 on Albemarle Road. The checking station, which was a multi-agency event in conjunction with Governors Highway Safety Program, netted 56 violations, including a whopping 22  for no operator license.  Other violations: DWI-6,  Open Container-3, Drug Violations-6, Driving While License Revoked-2. There were also […]

By |March 16th, 2010|Police, Transportation|1 Comment