About 15,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools employees participate in the State Health Plan. Those participants will see their health plan premiums increase in 2018. In this file photo, fifth grade teacher Stephanie Stanic hard at work in her class at Nations Ford Elementary Thursday afternoon where CMS held a press conference and presentation of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg-Schools 2016-2017 Preliminary End-of-Year Results.
About 15,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools employees participate in the State Health Plan. Those participants will see their health plan premiums increase in 2018. In this file photo, fifth grade teacher Stephanie Stanic hard at work in her class at Nations Ford Elementary Thursday afternoon where CMS held a press conference and presentation of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg-Schools 2016-2017 Preliminary End-of-Year Results. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
About 15,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools employees participate in the State Health Plan. Those participants will see their health plan premiums increase in 2018. In this file photo, fifth grade teacher Stephanie Stanic hard at work in her class at Nations Ford Elementary Thursday afternoon where CMS held a press conference and presentation of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg-Schools 2016-2017 Preliminary End-of-Year Results. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
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Thousands of NC public workers pay nothing to get health insurance. That’s changing.

September 30, 2017 02:27 PM

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