Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for Popular Government Vol. 65 Issue 4, Summer 2000
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Family law cases rank second to traffic cases in bringing people into contact with the state's court system. Over the past 25 years, family cases have increased 483 percent. Howell discusses the present court system for handling family matters; the newly recommended unified family court, which is being pilot-tested between March 1, 1999 to June 1, 2001, in selected judicial districts; and the family court's future in North Carolina.
Approximately 275,000 older adults in North Carolina living at or below the federal poverty level do not have insurance for prescription drugs. Leidtka discusses how the state could assist these adults in managing and paying for their medications.
Jenne and Henderson describe a step-by-step approach non-profit agencies can use when recruiting, interviewing, and selecting an executive director for their organization. Material from the Orange County Rape Crisis Center's recruitment of a new executive director in 1999 is included.