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SEANC recognizes Oral Health in honor of Public Health Week

SEANC is continuing to recognize areas this month where state employees are working to improve public health. This week we are looking at North Carolina’s Oral Health Section of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Begun in 1918, North Carolina’s oral health program is the oldest dental public health program in the nation, and was created in order to combat the rampant oral health problems in the largely rural state.

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SEANC recognizes Oral Health in honor of Public Health Week

4.11.2014

SEANC is continuing to recognize areas this month where state employees are working to improve public health. This week we are looking at North Carolina’s Oral Health Section of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Begun in 1918, North Carolina’s oral health program is the oldest dental public health program in the nation, and was created in order to combat the rampant oral health problems in the largely rural state.

SEANC recognizes CDSAs in honor of Public Health Week

4.4.2014

In recognition of April 7-13 being Public Health Week, SEANC will highlight areas this month where state employees are working to improve public health.

We begin with North Carolina’s Children’s Developmental Services Agencies.

State Employee PAC Endorses Bipartisan Slate of Candidates

3.31.2014

RALEIGH - The State Employees Association of North Carolina (SEANC) today announces bipartisan endorsements for the primary election on May 6. The endorsements are made through SEANC’s Employees Political Action Committee (EMPAC), which is a member-led subsidiary. “SEANC members are proud to support candidates, regardless of political party, who prioritize public services and the people who provide them,” said statewide EMPAC Chairman Wayne Fish.

SEANC to Cowell: Let the Sun Shine on Retirement System Fees

3.17.2014

State Treasurer Janet Cowell is failing to follow the law by not disclosing hundreds of millions of dollars in direct and indirect fees paid by the state retirement system, the State Employees Association of North Carolina has discovered as part of its ongoing investigation. 

SEANC Stands Up for Children in Need

3.14.2014

The public, including SEANC’s Legislative Affairs team, was denied a chance to speak out this week at a Joint Legislative Committee meeting on reduction-in-force plans at the Department of Health & Human Services’ Children's Development Services Agencies by its chairman, Sen. Ralph Hise.

State Employees Endorse Boz Zellinger for Wake County District Attorney

3.4.2014

RALEIGH, N.C. — For its first endorsement of the 2014 election cycle, EMPAC, the Political Action Committee of the State Employees Association of North Carolina, has endorsed Boz Zellinger for the office of Wake County District Attorney.

Investigator asks Treasurer for Public Records on Fees

3.3.2014


SEANC’s investigation into investments made by State Treasurer Janet Cowell with the state retirement system has taken another turn. Edward Siedle, the nationally known pension expert conducting the investigation, wrote a letter to Cowell calling her out for providing limited information to him as a result of SEANC’s public records requests. 

SEANC Asks State Treasurer-Where in the World is our Retirement Money?

2.11.2014

Executive Director Dana Cope sent a letter to state Treasurer Janet Cowell requesting a timetable to receive information for the association's forensic investigation into the state's retirement system and wants to know, literally, where in the world are significant assets being held and how the money is being invested.

SEANC Continues Its Nonpartisan Tradition

2.8.2014

SEANC will not participate as an organization in the Moral March on Raleigh – HKonJ – to protest the Republican Party this weekend in keeping with the tradition and vote of SEANC's Board of Governors to not engage in civil disobedience or advocate for a partisan political agenda.

SEANC Files Formal Public Records Request for Documents Pertaining to State Retirement Investments

1.13.2014

The State Employees Association of North Carolina made a formal public records request on Friday of documents pertaining to investments made by the Department of State Treasurer with funds from the Teachers’ and State Employees’ Retirement System.

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