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2273
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Many of the state's minority children under age two are behind in their immunizations. To remedy this situation, the state initiated the Immunization Action Plan, a program that creates an immunization registry and a vaccine distribution system.
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2265
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The N.C. Center for Public Policy Research conducted a year- long study of the health status of the state's minorities. The study revealed that minorities are less healthy and die at a younger age than the white population.
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North Carolina Insight (NoCar JK 4101 N3x), Vol. 15-16 Issue 4 & 1, Mar 1995, p2-24; 28-31; 44-46; 49-56; 60-63; 69, il, f Periodical Website
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2275
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Cycle Busters, an arm of Wake County's Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program, works with first-time adolescent mothers who are on AFDC. Its goals are to prevent second pregnancies, increase high school graduation rates, and reduce welfare dependency.
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2276
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Many lobbyists are using laptop computers, modems, flip phones and faxes to get their groups' interests before legislators. The top fifteen North Carolina lobbyists in 1993 are listed.
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2274
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By law every county health department must provide to county residents such services as child care and family planning. These services may be provided in-house, through a private contractor, or in collaboration with another county.
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