In response to the Oct. 4 Point of View “A scourge upon morality”: I encourage Kenneth J. Fortier and like-minded doctors to treat any and all Medicaid patients and others who can’t or won’t pay for health services pro bono. Don’t bill the state for reimbursement and don’t charge patients a fee.
Thanks for publishing a regular column by Charles Krauthammer. It is heartening to read his insightful analysis of current affairs that digs deep to arrive at the underlying cause of a problem instead of offering Band-Aids to cover festering sores.
The world was watching Raleigh this weekend as artists from around the globe descended into our city for the International Bluegrass Music Association festival with inclement weather heading straight for us. But the City of Oaks would not hear of putting a wet blanket on our party as city staff, organizers and volunteers stepped up and turned five months of planning into a 36-hour redo.
I recently found out a little of what an immigrant to this country must feel like. Having a procedure at a local hospital, I was asked by the nurse the requisite questions of name and birth date. My name is an unusual one, with a double “a,” so I usually spell it for people.
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