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The Rural Practice Project is a new national program, administered by the University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill, to establish twenty-five model community medical practices in small towns throughout the United States. The aim of the program is to find new ways of providing health care to rural residents at an affordable price.
Electric rates in North Carolina need to be completely revamped to incorporate a time-of-day pricing system similar to the system used for telephone rates, says State Senator McNeil Smith of Greensboro. This article discusses the peak load pricing system of electricity and North Carolina legislation.